Pastor William Hale, right, of Historic St. Paul AME Church, listened to prayers from those gathered after he read the names of each victim from the Charleston, S.C., church shooting.
Pastor William Hale, right, of Historic St. Paul AME Church, listened to prayers from those gathered after he read the names of each victim from the Charleston, S.C., church shooting. Herald-Leader
Pastor William Hale, right, of Historic St. Paul AME Church, listened to prayers from those gathered after he read the names of each victim from the Charleston, S.C., church shooting. Herald-Leader

Lexington vigil remembers victims of shootings at Charleston, S.C., church

June 18, 2015 03:45 PM

UPDATED June 19, 2015 06:32 AM

More Videos

  • Mother Teresa's legacy: Eastern Kentucky convent carries on her work

    In the years since 1982, when Mother Teresa established her order’s first rural convent at Jenkins in Eastern Kentucky, the Missionaries of Charity have carried on her work of serving the poor, the sick and the aging in the mountain community. Mother Teresa is to be canonized as a saint in the Catholic Church Sunday.