President Obama at the Interfaith Service in Boston

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President Obama delivered remarks at the "Healing Our City: An Interfaith
Service" at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, dedicated to those who were wounded or killed in
Monday’s bombing of the Boston Marathon. His speech was a celebration of the "Hub" of the universe and the people of Boston.

After the service, President and Mrs. Obama stopped by Boston's Cathedral High School
to thank some of Boston's first responders and volunteers for their
tireless efforts over the past few days, and then the President visited
patients, their families and hospital staff at Massachusetts General
Hospital, while the First Lady stopped by Boston Children’s Hospital and
Brigham and Women’s Hospital. (h/t White House blog).

Read the Transcript of prepared remarks.

Video below the fold.

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