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Benefits Trickle Down From Clean Water Project

News Story — 29 July 2008

For the children of the central African city of Luputa and nearby villages, an 18-mile-long pipe being laid near their homes means a lot more than access to clean water for their families.

Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Osmonds Celebrate Utah’s Pioneer Day

News Story — 28 July 2008

The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square teamed up with the Osmond family on Friday and Saturday in the Conference Center in downtown Salt Lake City to celebrate the anniversary of the first arrival of Mormon pioneers into the Salt Lake Valley 161 years ago.

Mexico City Temple Reopens After Renovation

News Story — 28 July 2008

The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced on Saturday that a public open house prior to the rededication of the Mexico City Mexico Temple will take place in October and November.

Spirit of Mormon Pioneering Lives On

News Story — 23 July 2008

Out of curiosity, Andrew Zillale stopped an American couple on a street in Tanzania inquiring why they were in Africa. Little did he know then that this chance meeting with missionaries of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1993 would lead to him becoming a modern-day Mormon pioneer.

Free Access to Censuses Makes Family History Research Easier

News Story — 21 July 2008

FamilySearch announced today that it is joining forces with other major online historical records Web sites — including Ancestry.com and Findmypast.com — to make significant U.S., English and Welsh census record collections more freely available online.

Church Family History Records Lead to Groundbreaking Genetic Research

News Story — 18 July 2008

Utah is leading the world in genetic research because of the Utah Population Data Base (UPDB), a unique combination of state vital statistics, other medical profiles and genealogical records from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Why Is a Mormon Excommunicated?

Commentary — 16 July 2008

Periodically the news media gives extensive coverage to a high-profile case of a Mormon being excommunicated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. While excommunication is rare — and in the LDS tradition is different from what you might expect — by Elder M. Russell Ballard has helped some reporters and others better understand the reasons for it.  We encourage journalists, bloggers and others who write about excommunication, or other Church discipline, to read to better understand why the Church sometimes takes this action.

Mormons Mentor in Many Fields

News Story — 15 July 2008

The faces that sit across from Joseph Kelly are all too familiar.  The heavy eyes, frustrated facial expressions and clenched jaws can only mean one thing — a new semester has started at Brigham Young University, and each student opposite of Kelly is taking Chemistry 105. 

Spanish Speakers Have Greater Access to Records on FamilySearch

News Story — 11 July 2008

FamilySearch’s indexing system is now available in the Spanish language, giving Spanish speakers easier access to an enormous collection of family history resources.  Familysearch, a nonprofit organization sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, contains the world’s largest repository of genealogical records. 

BYU Ballroom Dancers to Participate in Olympic Cultural Festival in China

News Story — 11 July 2008

The championship Brigham Young University Ballroom Dance Company recently returned from a three-week performing tour in China, including an invitation to participate in the Olympic Cultural Festival, an international celebration prior to the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

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