In just a couple of weeks, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir will fill the Conference Center at Temple Square for its nationally renowned Christmas concert known for its pageantry, storytelling and, of course, resplendent music. Over the course of three nights, more than 75,000 people will attend the free concert, which has become the hottest ticket in town.
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Many across the nation and world, including members of the Church, currently face weighty challenges in their lives. In difficult periods of the past, leaders have recognized the collective need to give thanks amid turmoil and to turn to God.
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As relief efforts continue in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are joining forces to assist those affected by the devastation. A Church member in the New York area made a video to document the relief efforts and to encourage more volunteers to help.
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Although the 2012 election is over, journalists continue to call The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ Public Affairs office with questions: What did this period mean for the Mormons? Has it helped bring the Church into “the mainstream”? What happens next?
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