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Mormon Tabernacle Choir Documentary to Air on BYU TV

One of the most frequently asked questions the Mormon Tabernacle Choir receives when it embarks on a tour is "How do you move so many people from city to city?"

Family Values Award presented at British Parliament

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints join with other groups, religious organizations and individuals in promoting the family as the fundamental unit of society.

Salt Lake City Prepares for Week of Family History Celebration

As reported by Jennifer Dobner from the Associated Press today, four genealogical conferences will converge in Salt Lake City in late April.

First Presidency Urges Church Members to Participate in U.S. Census

In a letter to be read in all U.S. congregations of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the First Presidency urged Mormons to participate in the 2010 United States Census:

First Presidency Letter on Utah Precinct Caucus Meetings

The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints issued a letter early in March to be read in all Utah congregations, which encouraged Latter-day Saints to attend their local precinct caucus meetings:

Sunday Worship is a Family Affair

A Sunday schedule for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints consists of families worshipping together, partaking of the Lord's sacrament (similar to communion),

Mormon Missionary in Chile Shares His Experience of Helping and Serving Near the Epicenter of the Quake

This week Church Public Affairs conducted a phone interview with Elder Mark Roberts of Mesa, Arizona, a young Mormon missionary serving in Chile in the city of Talca.

Productivity on the Rise in Cambodian Rice Fields

Over the past three years, farmers in central Cambodia have achieved increasing yields in their rice fields thanks in part to a partnership between the Cambodian government and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Religious Expression: A Fundamental Right

At the On Faith blog this week, the question posed to the panel of On Faith religious leaders and experts addressed proselytism overseas:

Food Being Delivered From Bishop's Storehouses in Chile

On 1 March a news release posted on Newsroom.lds.org outlined the Church's response to-date to the earthquake in Chile. Today, additional information was added to that news release:

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