A couple embrace during a candlelight vigil at Heritage Park in Hesston on Friday night. In this predominantly Mennonite community, they pray for the victims of a mass shooting at Excel Industries. But they also pray for the shooter.
A couple embrace during a candlelight vigil at Heritage Park in Hesston on Friday night. In this predominantly Mennonite community, they pray for the victims of a mass shooting at Excel Industries. But they also pray for the shooter. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle
A couple embrace during a candlelight vigil at Heritage Park in Hesston on Friday night. In this predominantly Mennonite community, they pray for the victims of a mass shooting at Excel Industries. But they also pray for the shooter. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle

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