Bishop: We 'suffered' after the 'shock and horror' of JFK assassination

Bishop Kevin K. Farrell, of the the Catholic Dioceses of Dallas, speaking at the Commemoration of the assassination of JFK, said that the city had "suffered" following the shooting that had "shock and horrified" the nation.

He said: "Today we lift up our hearts and minds... from the horrible tragedy enacted in this place. From the cruel suffering that was born on this hill.

"From the shock and horror that gripped our nation, and from the years when we, as citizens of this city, suffered and were implicated by the gun shot by one man, that killed a President, in whom many of us had set our hopes and dreams for a better America."

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US commemorates JFK's death

The US is commemorating president John F Kennedy on the 50th anniversary of his assassination.