EL PASO, Texas -- An interfaith community healing service was held at Ascarate Park on Sunday evening to mark one year after the El Paso Walmart massacre.
On the eve of the shooting anniversary, Catholic Bishop Mark Seitz and other religious leaders led a solemn and prayerful service of remembrance and healing that took place with the survivors and the families of the victims.
The service entitled "Together we remember, together we heal" was held in conjunction with the groundbreaking of El Paso County’s Community Healing Garden.
Because of the pandemic, the service was limited in attendance and not open to the public. You can watch the entire event in the video player at the top of this article.