Church announces major changes for young adult missionary recommendation processMajor changes to the Church’s missionary programs announced Nov. 16 will further expand service opportunities for worthy young adults who desire to serve a mission.
Church leader talks with EU officials in Brussels on protecting religious freedomIn a recent roundtable discussion at the European Parliament in Brussels, Francesco Di Lillo, director of the European Union Office of the Church, spoke to EU officials regarding the Church’s commitment to religious freedom.
See all the talk summaries and photo galleries from October 2018 general conferenceMembers of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are gathering in the Conference Center in Salt Lake City, as well as in chapels and homes around the world, to participate in the 188th Semiannual General Conference.
President Nelson will visit Puerto Rico this weekend. Here's a look at the Church's relief efforts post hurricanesWith President Nelson’s pending presence in Puerto Rico, the Church News looks back on hurricane-relief coverage on the island and the stories of Church leaders, members and missionaries weathering the storm and the after-effects.
The drive behind why Brazilian Saints traveled by bus and by boat for decades to attend the templeWith a single temple in Brazil in 1978, Saints in the massive South American nation made great sacrifices in time, travel and money — often in cross-country caravans of member-chartered buses — to do temple work for themselves and their ancest
New 'Huki' canoe show afloat at Polynesian Cultural CenterThe Church-affiliated Polynesian Cultural Center in Laie, Hawaii, has retired its "Rainbows" canoe pageant after 18 years and launched Huki, which means "pull" in Hawaiian. The storyline ranges from Maui fishing up islands to the start of the PCC.