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The dean of Notre Dame Law School said religious freedom is “an essential precondition for political freedom, economic prosperity and human flourishing.”

President M. Russell Ballard dedicated a new monument at This Is the Place Heritage Park, honoring Jane Manning James, Green Flake, Hark Wales and Oscar Smith.

This week on social media, Church leaders shared messages that peace is available, there is hope for the future and miracles happen.

Alan D. Johnson has been named to a newly created position as managing director of The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

Members of 17 stakes took part in JustServe and BillionGraves projects to prepare for President M. Russell Ballard’s visit to Topsfield, Massachusetts.

This week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” begins the 94th year of The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square’s weekly broadcast with Lloyd Newell’s message about the closing tune.

After the death of Joseph Smith, Brigham Young became the Indispensable Pioneer — a leader with the vision and ability to transplant the Church halfway across the continent to a land of new beginnings, writes Ronald K. Esplin.

A young woman from Georgia describes how her testimony was strengthened at a For the Strength of Youth conference this summer.

Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square celebrate Pioneer Day holiday with a long-anticipated choir in front of the general public.

As the Aug. 1 transition of the Relief Society general presidency comes closer, these leaders want their testimonies of the Savior to be remembered best.

Christian symbolism is the subject of wide-ranging art exhibition on display for two years at Brigham Young University’s Museum of Art.

Members of 11 stakes around the Lima, Peru, area spent four Saturdays donating blood in a large campaign to benefit hospital patients.

A quilt-making project for JustServe in Hamilton, New Zealand, has brought warmth and love to the givers and receivers