Posted December 14, 2018 1:00 pm by Comments

By Tom Knighton

Two things that don’t generally go together are “gun control” and “Texas.”

Let’s be fair, when you think about pro-gun states, a lot of people think of Texas. While part of that is based more on perception than reality–there are a number of states ranked higher than Texas when it comes to pro-gun regulations–it’s close enough to the truth that the image holds.

But even the most pro-gun state has anti-gun activists, and a group of them at a Catholic university in San Antonio held a “gun violence vigil” which was nothing more than an anti-gun protest pretending to be something else.

On the eve of the sixth anniversary of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, members of the University of the Incarnate Word community and local activists gathered at the Chapel of the Incarnate Word to call for an end to gun violence.

The Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word “were founded because people were suffering,” Sister Martha Ann Kirk said. “And people are suffering from gun violence now.”

The event was held in conjunction with vigils across the country in partnership with the Newtown Foundation, and it marks six years since 26 people were killed at the Connecticut …Read the Rest

Source:: Bearing Arms

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