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Elder Uchtdorf says ‘don’t mask your heart’ while physically distancing In his article “Don’t Mask Your Heart,” Elder Uchtdorf explained why he prefers the term “physical distancing” rather than “social distancing” during the pandemic.
Sister Betty Jo Jepsen, former counselor in the Primary general presidency, dies at age 79 Sister Betty Jo Jepsen served on the Primary general board from 1985 to 1988 and then as first counselor to Primary General President Michaelene P. Grassli from 1988 to 1994.
Sister Eubank on women and priesthood — A spiritual treasure to unwrap and study As part of the Church News "Women of Covenant" series, Sister Sharon Eubank shares how she felt after hearing the prophet's invitation to study about priesthood power and what she is doing to follow that.
‘Luz de Las Naciones’ to be held online in November and December Due to COVID-19, two virtual "Luz de Las Naciones" events will be broadcast in November and December. In the past, the Latin American cultural celebration has been held at the Conference Center.
Elder Soares: How experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic have enhanced Sabbath day observance Amid the tragedy of the COVID-19 pandemic, there have also been blessings, Elder Ulisses Soares said. One blessing is "the opportunity to elevate the power of the Sabbath day."
150 years of Young Women weaving a tapestry of identity, purpose and belonging Highlighting the work being done by young women as they participate in the "My 150" challenge, the Young Women general presidency reflects on how the organization has fostered 150 years of identity, purpose and belonging.
Latest temple updates: Phase 1 reopenings at 115, including in Los Angeles, Seattle, Canada and Brazil Six temples — including the first two in the state of Washington — were announced for Phase 1 reopening on July 13, bringing the total number of temples worldwide in limited reopening to 115.
This week on social: What does it really mean to ‘always’ remember Christ? What does it mean to "always" pray and "always" remember Jesus Christ? How does one choose to honor the name of Christ? Insights and answers to these questions sprinkled social media this week as leaders of the Church testified on multiple media platforms.
This 102-year-old was a bomber pilot in WWII and an obstetrician. Here’s his story Dr. Lloyd R. Hicken served a mission in Brazil, flew 27 missions in the Pacific Theater as a B-24 bomber pilot in World War II, and filled more than 3,000 mini-missions as an obstetrician. This is a look at his life and story.
President Ballard at Mission Leadership Seminar: Why preaching the gospel is the ‘most important duty’ President M. Russell Ballard echoed the Prophet Joseph Smith's words: "After all that has been said, the greatest and most important duty is to preach the gospel."
Sister Craven on women and priesthood — All the spiritual blessings of the Church As part of the Church News "Women of Covenant" series, Sister Becky Craven shares what she has learned about the importance and power of keeping covenants.
Tabernacle Choir celebrates 90 years of broadcasting with ‘Music for a Summer Evening’ The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square is commemorating 90 years of broadcasting with a special "Music for a Summer Evening" performance on July 18. Here's how to watch it.
Bishop Caussé says COVID-19 response shows how service is in the DNA of disciples of Christ President Nelson and Bishop Caussé highlight how the COVID-19 response has become the largest Church humanitarian project and how Latter-day Saints are emulating the example of Christ.
BYU Vocal Point pays tribute in CNN performance to COVID-19 victims BYU's all-male a cappella group, Vocal Point, recently performed virtually on CNN, paying tribute to those who have lost their lives due to COVID-19. The group strives to fulfill its mission: "Enlighten the hearts and minds of those within the sound of our voice unto the filling of their souls with joy.”