In the age of social media, each new mass shooting is now greeted by a macabre ritual — one that extends to Capitol Hill.

In the first three hours after the latest shooting, in San Bernardino, Calif., at least 47 members of Congress — of both parties and both chambers — took to Twitter to offer their thoughts, their prayers, or both.

Among the first was Rep. Pete Aguilar (D-Calif.), who represents the district where the Inland Regional Center is located:

But amid the shower of concerned tweets, at least one member, Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.), said tweets alone weren’t going to cut it:

So did Sen Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), who represents a state rocked by the 2013 mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School:

Here are the rest of the congressional thoughts and prayers: