More Lifeless Bodies Retrieved from Condo Collapse in Florida with Many Still Missing - Prayer Services for Victims and Catholic Charities Raising Funds

The sudden collapse of the 12-story Champlain Towers South on June 24, 2021, in Surfside, Florida, USA has left many dead.
Search crews pulled six more bodies from the rubble Wednesday, now the number of confirmed dead is at 18.
The number of residents missing stands at 145.
Priests in the area are consoling the victims' families.
There are many prayers services being held for those involved.
Catholic churches and charities are raising money for the victims:

Archbishop Thomas Wenski issued the following statement regarding the partial collapse of the Surfside condominium on June 24, 2021:

We all woke up this morning learning about the tragic news of the partial collapse of a 12-story condominium in Surfside. Search and rescue teams continue to sift through the rubble to find survivors and to recover the bodies of those who did not. Our hearts go out to all those affected by the tragedy.

Our Catholic Charities and local clergy have joined with other voluntary agencies and faith leaders to assist in whatever way they can.

We also pledge our prayers for the victims, their families, and first responders.

May the Lord give them strength.

 Pope Francis sent a message through the Secretariat of State:

The Holy Father has asked me to express his deep sadness at the grievous loss of life resulting from the condominium collapse in surfside. he offers heartfelt prayers that almighty God will grant eternal peace to those who have died, comfort to those who mourn their loss, and strength to all those affected by this immense tragedy. with gratitude for the tireless efforts of the rescue workers and all engaged in caring for the injured, the grieving families and those left homeless, Pope Francis invokes upon the entire community the spiritual gifts of consolation, fortitude and perseverance in every good.