Dallas Bishop Edward Burns expressed his condolences and urged residents to come together after a mass shooting left 22 people dead and more than two dozen injured in El Paso, Texas. The Bishop said that this tragedy shows the need for everyone to come together to work toward a more peaceful world. He added that guns should not be a symbol of our nation but instead a call to end violence. Burns also called on everyone to pray for the victims and their families, as well as for those who commit violent acts. The Bishop concluded by saying that we must not give up hope in the face of such violence but rather must band together and work towards finding a solution to such tragedies.