Colorado Springs reckons with past after gay club shooting

Nov 25, 2022, 7:32 AM | Updated: Nov 27, 2022, 1:22 pm
CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile...

CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)

(AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — When officials unfurled a 25-foot rainbow flag in front of Colorado Springs City Hall this week, people gathered to mourn the victims of a mass shooting at a popular gay club couldn’t help but reflect on how such a display of support would have been unthinkable just days earlier.

With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. It’s a place full of art shops and breweries; megachurches and military bases; a liberal arts college and the Air Force Academy. For years it’s marketed itself as an outdoorsy boomtown with a population set to top Denver’s by 2050.

But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn’t fit in with the most vocal community leaders’ idea of family values.

For some, merely seeing police being careful to refer to the victims using their correct pronouns this week signaled a seismic change. For others, the shocking act of violence in a space considered an LGBTQ refuge shattered a sense of optimism pervading everywhere from the city’s revitalized downtown to the sprawling subdivisions on its outskirts.

“It feels like the city is kind of at this tipping point,” said Candace Woods, a queer minister and chaplain who has called Colorado Springs home for 18 years. “It feels interesting and strange, like there’s this tension: How are we going to decide how we want to move forward as a community?”

Five people were killed in the attack last weekend. Eight victims remained hospitalized Friday, officials said.

In recent decades the population has almost doubled to 480,000 people. More than one-third of residents are nonwhite — twice as many as in 1980. The median age is 35. Politics here lean more conservative than in comparable-size cities. City council debates revolve around issues familiar throughout the Mountain West, such as water, housing and the threat of wildfires.

Residents take pride in describing Colorado Springs as a place defined by reinvention. In the early 20th century, newcomers sought to establish a resort town in the shadow of Pikes Peak. In the 1940s, military bases arrived. In the 1990s it became known as a home base for evangelical nonprofits and Christian ministries including broadcast ministry Focus on the Family and the Fellowship of Christian Cowboys.

“I have been thinking for years, we’re in the middle of a transition about what Colorado Springs is, who we are, and what we’ve become,” said Matt Mayberry, a historian at Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum.

The idea of latching onto a city with a bright future is partly what drew Michael Anderson, a Club Q bartender who survived last weekend’s shooting.

Two friends, Derrick Rump and Daniel Aston, helped Anderson land the Club Q job and find his “queer family” in his new hometown. It was more welcoming than rural Florida where he grew up.

Still, he noted signs the city was more culturally conservative than others of similar size and much of Colorado: “Colorado Springs is kind of an outlier,” he said.

Now he’s grieving the deaths of Rump and Aston in the club shooting.

Leslie Herod followed an opposite trajectory. After growing up in Colorado Springs in a military family — like many others in the city — she left to study at the University of Colorado in liberal Boulder. In 2016 she became the first openly LGBTQ and Black person elected to Colorado’s General Assembly, representing part of Denver. She is now running to become Denver’s mayor.

“Colorado Springs is a community that is full of love. But I will also acknowledge that I chose to leave the Springs because I felt like when it came to … the elected leadership, the vocal leadership in this community, it wasn’t supportive of all people, wasn’t supportive of Black people, wasn’t supportive of immigrants, not supportive of LGBTQ people,” Herod said at a memorial event downtown.

She said she found community at Club Q when she would return from college. But she didn’t forget people and groups with a history of anti-LGBTQ stances and rhetoric maintained influence in city politics.

“This community, just like any other community in the country, is complex,” she said.

Club Q’s co-owner, Nic Grzecka, told The Associated Press he’s hoping to use the tragedy to rebuild a “loving culture” in the city. Even though general acceptance the LGBTQ community has grown, Grzecka said false assertions that members of the community are “grooming” children has incited hatred.

Those who have been around long enough are remembering this week how in the 1990s, at the height of the religious right’s influence, the Colorado Springs-based group Colorado for Family Values spearheaded a statewide push to pass Amendment 2 and make it illegal for communities to pass ordinances protecting LGBTQ people from discrimination.

Colorado Springs voted 3 to 1 in favor of Amendment 2, helping make its narrow statewide victory possible. Though it was later ruled unconstitutional, the campaign cemented the city’s reputation, drawing more like-minded groups and galvanizing progressive activists in response.

The influx of evangelical groups decades ago was at least in part spurred by efforts from the city’s economic development arm to offer financial incentives to lure nonprofits. Newcomers began lobbying for policies like getting rid of school Halloween celebrations due to suspicions about the holiday’s pagan origins.

Yemi Mobolade, an entrepreneur running for mayor as an independent, didn’t understand how strong Colorado Springs’ stigma as a “hate city” was until he moved here 12 years ago. But since then, he said, it has risen from recession-era struggles and become culturally and economically vibrant for all kinds of people.

There has been a concerted push to shed the city’s reputation as “Jesus Springs” and remake it yet again, highlighting its elite Olympic Training Center and branding itself as Olympic City USA.

Much like in the 1990s, Focus on the Family and New Life Church remain prominent in town. After the shooting, Focus on the Family’s president, Jim Daly, said that like the rest of the community he was mourning the tragedy. With the city under the national spotlight, he said the organization wanted to make it clear it stands against hate.

Daly noted a generational shift among Christian leaders away from the rhetorical style of his predecessor, Dr. James Dobson. Whereas Focus on the Family published literature in decades past assailing what it called the “Homosexual Agenda,” its messaging now emphasizes tolerance, ensuring those who believe marriage should be between one man and one woman have the right to act accordingly.

“I think in a pluralistic culture now, the idea is: How do we all live without treading on each other?” Daly said.

After a sign in front of the group’s headquarters was vandalized with graffiti reading “their blood is on your hands” and “five lives taken,” Daly said in a statement Friday it was time for “prayer, grieving and healing, not vandalism and the spreading of hate.”

The memorials this week attracted a wave of visitors: crowds of mourners clutching flowers, throngs of television crews and a church group whose volunteers set up a tent and passed out cookies, coffee and water. To some in the LGBTQ community, the scene was less about solidarity and more a cause for consternation.

Colorado Springs native Ashlyn May, who grew up in a Christian church but left when it didn’t accept her queer identity, said one woman from the group in the tent asked if she could pray for her and a friend who accompanied her to the memorial.

She said yes. It reminded May of her beloved great-grandparents, who were religious. But as the praying carried on and the woman urged May and her friend to turn to God, she felt as if praying had turned into preying. It unearthed memories of hearing things about LGBTQ people she saw as hateful and inciting.

“It felt very conflicting,” May said.

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Metz reported from Salt Lake City. AP writers Brittany Peterson and Jesse Bedayn in Colorado Springs contributed.

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              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY - A sign at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF CHURCH TO CALVARY -  A cross at the Calvary United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              A cross for one of the five victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub, stands amid a makeshift memorial on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A statue of William Jackson Palmer, Civil War general, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, Colo., stands in the intersection of Nevada and Platte avenues in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, a rainbow flag is unfurled at City Hall Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              Counselors Katie Tousley, left, Austin Wilmarth, center; and John Shamy, right, sit inside a mobile outreach center near Club Q on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The center, which is run by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, offered services to veterans, service members and the community following a shooting at the gay night club that killed five people Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              Austin Wilmarth, outreach coordinator for the Colorado Springs Vet Center, attaches a gay pride flag to a mobile counseling center near Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The center, which is run by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, offered counseling and outreach services to veterans, service members and the community following a shooting at the gay night club that killed five people Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              Jack Rasmusson, chaplain coordinator for the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team, works his way through the crowd at a memorial outside Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. Five people were killed when a gunman opened fire at the club Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              The Garden of the Gods is seen in morning light Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              This aerial image taken with a drone, shows downtown buildings Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              In this aerial image taken with a drone, an American flag and prisoner-of-war/missing-in-action flag fly over buildings in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo, Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
            
              A religious plaque at a memorial outside Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. Five people were killed when a gunman opened fire at the club Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              The football stadium at the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A sign at the Cavalry United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              The steeple of a Mormon church rises above a neighborhood in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The city is a place full of art shops and breweries; megachurches and military bases; a liberal arts college and the Air Force Academy. For years it's marketed itself as an outdoorsy boomtown with a population set to top Denver's by 2050. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              Bumper stickers on a pickup in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              Jack Rasmusson, chaplain coordinator for the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team, prays with shooting victim James Slaugh at a memorial outside Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. Five people were killed when a gunman opened fire at the club Saturday night. Slaugh, who was shot in the arm, lost two of his friends in the attack. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              Pike's Peak stands off in the distance over America The Beautiful Park in downtown in Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
            
              A cross at the Cavalry United Methodist Church about a mile from Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The church stood in solidarity with the gay nightclub after a gunman opened fire and killed five people there Saturday night. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              Religious votive candles are wrapped in gay pride rainbow colors at a memorial outside Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. Five people were killed when a gunman opened fire at the club Saturday night. The shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of venomous religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A freight train carrying airplane fuselages passes through the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              A sprawling neighborhood in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The city is a place full of art shops and breweries; megachurches and military bases; a liberal arts college and the Air Force Academy. For years it's marketed itself as an outdoorsy boomtown with a population set to top Denver's by 2050. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
            
              Hikers pause to enjoy the view at Garden of the Gods Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. With a growing and diversifying population, the city nestled at the foothills of the Rockies is a patchwork of disparate social and cultural fabrics. But last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism, where LGBTQ people didn't fit in with the most vocal community leaders' idea of family values (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)

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