The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was recently recognized by the Mongolian government for its donation of 250 wheelchairs, as well as crutches, canes and walkers.
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A new study from Brigham Young University shows that teen religious commitment goes deeper than prayer and church attendance.
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Extensive open houses have been held prior to the dedication of the Church’s newly constructed temples throughout the world to allow visitors to walk through and experience these sacred structures. We most recently announced that the public is invited to tour the Church’s newly renovated Atlanta Georgia Temple.
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Reviews of “The Book of Mormon” musical have been all over the entertainment media in the past few weeks, Michael Otterson writes in the Washington Post’s “On Faith” blog.
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Churches, community groups, city workers and businesses pitched in for the 2nd Annual Day of Service in Miramar, Florida, earlier this month.
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For those wondering what is most important to members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon), the Church’s general conference is a good starting point.
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The latest edition of The World Report, a semiannual report of news events around the world pertaining to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is now available on the Church’s Public Affairs YouTube channel.
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Religious freedom experts gathered together on the campus of Brigham Young University for the 22nd annual conference of the LDS International Society. The theme was “The Erosion of Religious Liberties: Impact on the International Church.” As a matter of basic human dignity and social good, these experts defended religious freedom against gradually encroaching erosions.
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Tens of thousands attended the Church’s annual General Conference in Salt Lake City this weekend, but millions more watched and listened worldwide. They gathered in chapels and around computer screens, television sets and radios to listen in.
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