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Aftermath in Newtown, Connecticut

Episode #1226 | Added April 19, 2013

It was a sleepy Connecticut town few had heard of. In an instant, it became the focus of the world's attention, and its prayers.  Meet some of the people helping find meaning in the teeth of unthinkable tragedy. 

Lorna's Wrap

Closing thoughts from Jen Hubbard, mother of Catherine who was shot and killed at Sandy Hook Elementary on the fateful morning of December 14, 2012. 


Newtown photos 
Photos from our crew's time in Newtown  

Newtown Public School District
Counseling services & donation opportunities 

Teen Support Group
A new support group for High School Students coping with the Newtown tragedy.
Sandy Hook Parents Support Group
A bi-monthly parent support group


Rev. Dr. Clive Calver
Senior Pastor, Walnut Hill Community Church

Deborah Dortzbach
Senior Health Advisor, World Relief

Renee Gilbert
Senior Chaplain, Calvary Chapel Southbury

Craig Scott
Columbine High School shooting survivor; brother of Columbine shooting victim, Rachel Scott

Adam Wennick
Newtown, Connecticut Resident

Jen Hubbard
Teacher, St. Rose Religious Education Program

Kim Wise
Teacher, Sandy Hook Elementary



It was a sleepy Connecticut town few had heard of.  But in an instant- on a cool day in December 2012, it became the focus of the worldwide shock, and grief.    In this special edition of CONTEXT, our Sheldon Neil reports from Connecticut on how an entire community finds ways to heal, and to find meaning, in the teeth of unthinkable tragedy.

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