President Obama’s 2012 remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast

President Obama did indeed speak at today’s 2012 National Prayer Breakfast (as he did in 2011). From this year’s CNN article:

Speaking at the 60th annual National Prayer Breakfast in Washington on Thursday, the president said, “We know that part of living in a pluralistic society means that our personal religious beliefs alone can’t dictate our response to every challenge we face. But in my moments of prayer, I’m reminded that faith and values play an enormous role in motivating us to solve some of our most urgent problems, in keeping us going when we suffer setbacks, and opening our minds and our hearts to the needs of others.”

Link to the President’s complete remarks.

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