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Presiding Bishop invites prayers for Nice

Presiding Bishop invites prayers for Nice

Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael Curry has issued the above video asking every Episcopalian to share in deep prayer for Nice, France, following a deadly attack on July 14 that killed 84 people and injured more than 200.

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Philip B. Spivey

I think we've entered an epoch in which "praying hard and unceasingly" best fits the tenor of the times.

We have hardly time to take a breath.

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Jay Croft

No captions.

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David Allen

I have no trouble turning on the closed captioning. I click the CC symbol on the controls across the bottom of the viewer and have a choice between Off & English. The captions are off by default.

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Paul Powers

If you switch to full screen, there's an icon at the bottom right side that you can click on turn on the captions.

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David Allen

I'm sorry Jay, I see it. It's not a YouTube video, it is from ENS.
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Jay Croft

There's no CC on this version. Maybe by watching it on YouTube directly, but not through this link.

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