President Biden attends Mass in Washington D.C. to mark the Feast of Immaculate Conception

Biden is attending mass for the Feast of the Immaculate Conception

President Joe Biden attended mass in Georgetown on Wednesday morning for the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, a holy day of obligation for Catholics, ahead of his trip to Kansas City to promote his infrastructure law.

Biden arrived at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Georgetown shortly after 8am, waving to a large group of children and adults outside. There is a school attached to the church. He stayed nearly an hour for the service.

The president, a devout Catholic, rarely misses a religious holiday. When he was in Rome for All Saints Day, he attended private mass at the Embassy, where he was staying.

Later Wednesday, Biden will head to Kansas City, Mo., to promote his infrastructure victory.

He’ll visit the Kansas City Area Transport Authority where he’ll tout the city’s program for free bus and street car service.

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SOURCE: Daily Mail, Emily Goodin