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Marcos Efrén Zariñana’s ability to crawl into places that others couldn’t reach earned him the nickname la Pulga, “the Flea.” His story is of being in the right place at the right time, Lloyd Newell observes in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

Learn about recent donations from the Church to hospitals and health care organizations in Cambodia, Guam, Mongolia and the Philippines.

At the Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra’s first concert of its Philippine tour, Elder Neil L. Andersen noted talents and dedication of audience and performers.

See how YSAs have gathered around the world from Cambodia to Africa.

Speaking to more than 100 gathered in the Church History Museum auditorium, Elder Kyle S. McKay, a General Authority Seventy, explored several key historic events of Church history to show a pattern of continued revelation in the restoration of the gospel.

Elder Andersen teaches elementary school students about family, President Lund tells ‘outcast’ young men that the Lord has blessings for them, Sister Wright posts about ‘seeing’ others.

In the Church News video "Nauvoo Exodus," leaders and those in historic Nauvoo, Illinois, remember early Church members as they make the mile-long walk down Parley Street to the Mississippi River.

BYU Women's Conference has announced its 2024 keynote speakers. Young women and their leaders are invited to join a Wednesday evening event.

These new mission presidents and companions have been called to serve by the First Presidency. They will begin their service in July.

Cox, a Republican, took the stage with Democratic Gov. Wes Moore of Maryland to discuss repairing breaches in civic life.

Teachers can now record class attendance virtually through the Member Tools app.

The Tabernacle Choir Philippines Tour begins with youth performing traditional dances. This is the second stop on the "Hope" tour and the choir's first time in the Philippines.

These new temple presidents and matrons have been called to serve by the First Presidency. They will begin their service in September or when the temples are dedicated.

Alabama Latter-day Saint Mary Helen Allred finds joy in using JustServe to continue a legacy of service.

“In a world with a lot of walls, we need to continue to build bridges,” said Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf while standing at the U.S.-Mexico border prior to the McAllen Texas Temple dedication.

More than 250 people turned out on Feb. 10, 2024, to enjoy art, dances and musical numbers all created or performed by people of African heritage during Black History month.

Find out details such as how to watch the devotional, how long it will be and how to prepare.

The stake president called the new branch an important milestone for the islands off the coast of Africa.

“Believe that God knows your struggles and will send miracles,” said Sarah Jane Weaver, executive editor of the Church News, during a BYU–Hawaii devotional.

The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra will be performing in Florida and in Atlanta, Georgia, in September 2024 for the next stops on its multiyear “Hope” tour.

First Presidency announces the change to Provo Utah Rock Canyon Temple just days before the temple’s end-of-day Feb. 24 closure.

The First Presidency released the location of one of the five houses of the Lord in the state of Florida.

Elder Clark G. Gilbert joins the Church News podcast to talk about Church education and the “three Gs” he experienced during a recent trip to Africa — gathering, gratitude, grace.

The Brayton meetinghouse is making way for a resized, reconstructed and relocated Anchorage Alaska Temple.

2024 First Presidency Easter message: “Because of Him, we can be guided and strengthened as we bear the burdens we face in mortality.”

TV’s Suzi Entrata-Abrera and Paolo Abrera and singers Lea Salonga and Ysabelle Cuevas will perform with the Tabernacle Choir Feb. 27-28 in Manila, Philippines.

During meetings in Democratic Republic of the Congo, Tanzania and Kenya, Elder Gary E. Stevenson spoke of the strength of the gospel and testified of Jesus Christ.

The General Authority Seventy met with the French Polynesia Minister of Solidarity and the Family on Feb. 2.

Elder Robert S. Wood, an 87-year-old emeritus General Authority Seventy, reflected on two decades of service at the U.S. Naval War College and with Church Military Relations.