President Obama and The First Family Go To Church

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    On a crisp, mostly sunny Easter morning, the First Family walked across Lafayette Square to 11 a.m. services at St. John’s Episcopal Church.

    “Happy Easter, everybody,” the president said as he strolled past the pool. He was wearing a dark suit with a light-blue tie. The first lady was wearing a magenta-colored dress with a black shrug.

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    A long line of people waited outside the church. They were being admitted through a side door.

    During the Prayers of the People, as is customary, the congregation offered a prayer for “Barack, our President, the leaders of Congress, and the Supreme Court, and all who are in positions of authority.”

    POTUS was glimpsed briefly, in a pew on the right side of the center aisle, about six rows back, turning around to shake the hands of other worshipers during the offering of peace.

    The President lined up for communion, ahead of First Lady Michelle Obama and daughter Malia. As the first couple returned to their seats, they smiled and greeted other worshipers.

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