The mass shooting on Saturday at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburg that left 11 dead has horrified people around the globe, particularly Jewish communities.
Rabbis across the United States and the world have been planning and attending vigils and memorials for the dead, and trying to find the right words to help their congregations process the shooting, which is being treated as a hate crime.
In our quest to understand the ripple effects of the shooting, we would like to hear how rabbis are helping their congregations cope.
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