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A brief look at the history of temple going in French Polynesia and Australia and how local Church members are reacting to news of a more local house of the Lord.

President Dallin H. Oaks and Sister Kristen M. Oaks join the Church News podcast to share memories of the two years they lived in the Philippines from 2002 to 2004.

Guatemala’s third house of the Lord — to be dedicated on June 9 by Elder Dale G. Renlund — began its tours with an April 22 media day.

The 2 Utah temples were announced just 2 weeks ago; the Tampa site is a new location for that temple.

President Nelson blessed the Manti Utah Temple to be "a house of peace, a house of comfort and a house of personal revelation" in his rededicatory prayer.

President Russell M. Nelson and Elder Ronald A. Rasband reflect on pioneer heritage in Sanpete Valley and encourage a new beginning of temple worship, during Manti Utah Temple rededication.

To preserve the Manti Utah Temple murals, a team from PARMA Conservation worked to remove previous finishes, and clean and repair the art.

In the Church News video “The Lamb of God,” Relief Society General President Camille N. Johnson points to a painting in the Manti Utah Temple that’s a “beautiful reminder” of the Savior and why there are temples.

Nearly four years after ground was broken in a small service, the Layton Utah Temple stands ready to receive open house guests.

Elder Vaiangina Sikahema, a General Authority Seventy, will preside at the June 1 groundbreaking ceremony.