Bensalem, Pa. (WTXF) - It's been nearly two weeks since the family of Jimi Taro Patrick reported him missing. Authorities found him dead along with three other young men in a Bucks County field a week later. Tonight, a prayer service was held at Holy Ghost Prep.
A time for spiritual song and prayer for one of their own at Holy Ghost Prep in Bensalem.
"We gather together this evening with heavy and broken hearts with many questions on our mind."
Father Jeff Diaime worked to unite Patrick's former classmates and school administrators under the words of scripture and hope at a time when so many want answers.
"I don't have any answers. I'm just as befuddled as many of you."
The crowd lit candles for Jimi Taro Patrick's memory and while they did not speak, Patrick's parents were spoken to.
"Mr. and Mrs. Patrick, Rich and Sharon, we're here to remind you of God's great love for you and this very difficult time. And we reach out to one another as well."
A name not spoken was Cosmo DiNardo. DiNardo went to Holy Ghost with Patrick and allegedly told investigators he killed two more people in Philadelphia years ago possibly a man and woman. Philadelphia police have not yet been able to verify that claim.
As for now, faith guides the lives Jimi Taro Patrick leaves behind.
"Do not be afraid for I am with you, thus said the Lord who made you."