President Obama and Others Address Boston Marathon Bombings at Interfaith Service
President Obama came to Boston on Thursday and spoke at an interfaith service to honor the victims of the Boston marathon bombings.
During his time at the service, President Obama sat and heard many ministers of faith deliver their messages of hope and encouragement, including Boston Cardinal O'Malley, Mayor Thomas Menino, and Governor Deval Patrick.
While the President is here, he will be visiting the scene of the bombings, meet with officials, and will also meet with survivors, victims' families and first responders.
Watch President Obama's address: