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Whisler-Vasko also called on the group to pray for Paddock, whose name was read along with those of the victims.
“Let us remember, too, the perpetrator and his family,” she said. “We acknowledge that their lives, too, are devastated.”
The vigil also served as a call to end all violence.
“We will stand up to violence, and we will stand up together, expressing our unity and our connection to one another and the divine and our hope for healing and transformation," Whisler-Vasko said. "Let us begin by transforming ourselves.”