♪♪ ♪♪ -We pray for the wounded and killed in this senseless act of violence. We pray for those who put their lives in danger to respond to this emergency. -…hallowed be Thy name. -[ Speaking Spanish ] -My love for El Paso runs deep. I was volunteering with community organizations before becoming a priest. And I’m very proud of our town. You never want any kind of tragedy like this to happen anywhere, but…for it to happen here, you know, it’s deeply wounding. It’s deeply wounding in a way that, honestly, I can’t even explain. [ Indistinct conversations ] -We care so much about them. Our hearts are broken, and they ache because we know how tearful they feel right now. And what we’re gonna do, we’re going in here to say a prayer for them. We know the power of prayer. We’ll pray for them, their families, for their hope, for their future. -I think politics has lots to do with this, which is dividing us. Something happens and people start calling it racism. What’s happening? They (politicians) are creating hatred in our hearts. -My parents go to Walmart — All the time. -To that Walmart? -And especially today was one of those days that they were actually gonna go… at the time that that happened, and they didn’t, thank God. But, I mean, I could have been one of those people that could have lost my parents today.