Police in Colorado are searching for a gunman who shot bullet holes into a Denver-area Catholic church on Saturday and again Monday, the latest in a growing crime wave targeting churches and pro-life organizations.
Catholic News Agency reports both shootings occurred in the early morning when no one was at the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church, so only the building was harmed.
Deacon Derrick Johnson told CNA that the gunman caused approximately $75,000 worth of damage to the doors and windows.
“We are praying for the conversion of whoever did this,” Johnson said.
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