San Francisco’s archbishop visited Half Moon Bay on Friday to try to bring some peace to the community following Monday’s deadly mass shooting.
Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone told community members he came to the coast to bless the crime scenes and to help reclaim them as areas of peace.
“We come together this day to reclaim this space of death as a place of life,” he said. “This place where violence occurred we are reclaiming as a place of peace.”
Servando Martinez fought back tears as he spoke about the tragedy. His brother, Mariano, was one of the seven people killed.
Amid all the pain, Servando asked God to forgive
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