People from the Spokane area gathered in several places last night (Wed) to remember the school shooting in Freeman.
At the end of a long day, about two dozen people, many of them young people, sat together in the quiet of the huge St. John's Cathedral on Spokane's South Hill. Several leaned forward or knelt in prayer.
Three priests led a short ceremony. After a few scripture readings, Father Nic Mather gave a homily in which he tried to make some sense of the day.