Ted “Edward” Kennedy Funeral|Video to the Funeral Mass-YourFuneralGuy.

30 Aug

Revealed is the Video to the Ted Kennedy Funeral Mass. The Funeral Mass took place on Saturday August 29th 2010 from 10:30 to 12;30 pm. There is a link here to the Video of the entire Mass.


The Funeral Service was held at our Lady Of Perpetual Help Basilica also known  as

There is Link here to the Full Ted Kennedy Funeral Mass Video.

There is Link here to the Full Ted Kennedy Funeral Mass Video.

the Mission Church in  Boston.

44  Siting United States Senators were present along with 10 former US Senators.

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From CSpan.com

“Pres. Obama gave the eulogy at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Basilica in Boston. Sen. Kennedy’s tenure in Congress spanned 43 years, making him the third longest-serving senator in U.S. history.”

Front of mission church Uploaded on June 11, 2009
by EdKopp4


One Response to “Ted “Edward” Kennedy Funeral|Video to the Funeral Mass-YourFuneralGuy.”

  1. tomdegan August 31, 2009 at 5:04 am #

    Watching George W. Bush at the funeral of Teddy Kennedy yesterday was, to say the very least, amusing. It’s always great fun to witness the members of the vast right wing conspiracy confronted head-on with the theological flaws that are inherent in their philosophy. Watching that event with my pal, Kevin Swanwick, we both were mesmerized and just slightly overjoyed to be reminded yet again that the basic tenets of Liberalism are in perfect harmony with our Christianity – our Catholicism: feed the hungry, shelter the poor and clothe the naked. Oh, how I wish the camera would have cut to Bush’s face the moment he was confronted with the most famous line (and justly so) from the Gospel according to Matthew:

    “I tell you this: whatever you did to the least of these brothers of mine, you did to me.”

    Jesus of Nazareth

    One can only imagine how uncomfortable that passage from the scriptures must have made him feel. Or how about the Sermon on the Mount?

    “Blessed are the peace makers
    For they shall be called Sons of God.”

    I imagine being confronted with the words of Jesus Christ might make old George just a tad uneasy. The prayers that were offered up by the youngest members of the Kennedy clan, in Teddy’s own words, were the most touching part of the entire day:

    “That human beings be measured not by what they cannot do. That quality health care becomes a fundamental right and not a privilege. That old policies of race and gender die away. That newcomers be accepted, no matter their color or place of birth. That the nation stand united against violence, hate and war. That the work begins anew, and the dream lives on. We pray to the Lord.”

    Lord hear our prayer.

    After the mass had ended, and Kevin and I headed into town to get a cup of coffee, I was almost stunned by the good cheer I felt. Ted Kennedy’s funeral was truly a joyous event. Truth be told, it was damned-near therapeutic! The politics of joy as opposed to the politics of fear. There ain’t nothin’ like it in the world, Baby!


    Tom Degan
    Goshen, NY

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