Former Tabernacle Choir president dies at age 85

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Elder James O. Mason — emeritus General Authority Seventy — dies at age 89 Elder James O. Mason, 89 — the former head of the U.S. Public Health Service who also served for five years as a General Authority Seventy for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, died Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019.
How ‘the happiest place on earth’ strengthens members from California to Central America (and everywhere in between) During their recent travels to California and Central America, Sister Jean B. Bingham, Sister Becky Craven and Sister Christina B. Franco shared the blessings of the temple with members and how it strengthens families and communities.
What running 200-mile-ultramarathons has taught this man about what is most important in life Michael McKnight was told he might not be able to run for a year when he broke his back due to a skiing accident. Now, he's running ultramarathons and says the experience helps him appreciate what is most important in life — his family and the gospel.
FamilySearch donates 400 years of digitized Catholic records in the Philippines After a preservation project that took more than four decades to complete, FamilySearch handed over 400-years worth of records to the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP).
Boyd Matheson: Now that general conference is over, what’s next? The thrill of “wow moments” matters, but members must be careful that the moments do not become the end – because they are just the catalyst for inspired beginnings.
Photos show the final session of October 2019 general conference In addition to building anticipation for next year, President Nelson's closing remarks highlighted changes to the questions bishops ask when assessing the readiness of members to attend the temple.