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During Rome Italy Temple youth devotional, President Nelson shares ‘things to know’ and ‘things to do’ On the Eve of the dedication of the Rome Italy Temple, President Russell M. Nelson offered the youth of the temple district 10 thoughts — the first pertaining “things I want you to know,” and the second pertaining to “things I wan
All 15 members of the First Presidency, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles to gather in Rome for temple dedication Gathering here in one of the most influential cities in the history of the world and in the history of Christianity, every member of the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles will participate in the Rome Italy Temple dedication.
Daughter of President Nelson dies after courageous battle with cancer Wendy Nelson Maxfield — the daughter of President Russell M. Nelson, the leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint Saints — died Friday, Jan. 11, 2019, at her home after a courageous battle with cancer. She was 67.
Colombia’s newest temple is already helping area youth make ‘the right choice’ President Dallin H. Oaks and Elder Ulisses Soares remind Barranquilla-area young men and young women to stay on the "covenant path" by serving in the Church's newest temple.
Elder Uchtdorf shares message during Volkstrauertag: A German national day of remembrance Elder Uchtdorf speaks during the Volkstrauertag event at Fort Douglas Military Cemetary in Salt Lake City on Nov. 18. The gathering pays tribute to German prisoners of war — and others — who are buried there.
Kristin Chenoweth to join The Tabernacle Choir in their 2018 annual Christmas concert — here’s how to get tickets This year, one of Broadway’s most well-known performers, Kristin Chenoweth, will appear as the featured guest and narrator of the annual Christmas concert by The Tabernacle Choir, Orchestra at Temple Square and Bells on Temple Square.
President Nelson speaks about using full, proper name of the Church during visit to Canada Speaking of his recent call to identify The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints by its full, formal name, rather than nicknames and abbreviations, President Nelson said the direction does not constitute a name change but rather a course corre
60 years after dedication, New Zealand temple closes for renovations. See what it will look like when it’s finished After serving Church members in the Pacific for six decades, the Hamilton New Zealand Temple has closed for an extensive, three-year renovation.
Elder Holland on why LDS Church and NAACP partnership is a golden opportunity The joint courses will be the first practical application of the new relationship between the Church and the famous black civil rights organization. The initiative was announced July 15 at the 109th NAACP Annual Convention.
In a ‘grand night for singing,’ Broadway-themed concert celebrates Pioneer Day In a ‘grand night for singing,’ the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square celebrated the 171st anniversary of the arrival of the first pioneers in the Salt Lake Valley with "Music for a Summer Evening."
Mormon Tabernacle Choir to hold Broadway-themed concerts in honor of Pioneer Day this year No rest for the choir and orchestra, who return to the Concert Center for a pair of Broadway-themed concerts after returning from 2018 tour.
How you should — or shouldn’t — interpret the Word of Wisdom, according to one BYU professor Benjamin Bikman, a BYU professor of physiology and development biology, spoke on his diabetes research and insulin resistance research during a July 17 BYU Forum, tying the research to Church members' perceptions of the Word of Wisdom.