Full texts of October 2023 general conference talks now online

Proceedings of the conference held Sept. 30 and Oct 1 have been added to the Church’s website in English

Texts of the October 2023 general conference messages given by general authorities and general officers of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are now available online.

Proceedings of the recent conference held Sept. 30 and Oct 1 have been added to the Church’s website at in English, with Spanish expected online by this weekend. Other languages are expected to follow.

Each address is accompanied by a video of the Church leader delivering their message. The five general conference sessions are each featured in full-length videos as well.

Church News has compiled announcements, talk summaries and session highlights, as well as PDFs of talk summaries available for download.

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