"Anglicans and other Christian leaders expressed their 'sympathy and solidarity' with Muslims following a deadly attack January 29  on a mosque in the Ste-Foy neighbourhood of Quebec City. The attack which left six people dead and 19 others wounded, occurred just before 8 p.m., when a gunman opened fire while evening prayers were underway at the Islamic Cultural Centre of Quebec. Police have charged Alexandre Bissonette, 27, with six counts of first-degree murder and five counts of attempted murder" (p. 1). "In a January 30  statement, Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, said his heart 'goes out to all Muslims across Canada as they struggle with this terrible attack', and that the church holds in its prayers the victims of the attack, their families and their imams" (p. 1). "Coadjutor Bishop of Quebec Bruce Myers and Bishop of Montreal Mary Irwin-Gibson also issued a statement expressing their 'grief and repugnance at this brutal act of violence against another community of faith' in the midst of prayer'. When one is attacked, we are all attacked, and our whole society is diminished', the said" (p. 15). "The Canadian Council of Churches (CCC) expressed 'shock and sadness' at the attack, and in a statement signed by CCC president Canon Alyson Barnett-Cowan, recommitted itself to 'opposing the hate and prejudice that disfigures our communities and leads to violence both at home and abroad' (p. 15).