The First Presidency has announced the Port-au-Prince Haiti Temple groundbreaking will be on Saturday, October 28, 2017.
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We are circling the Paris France Temple to capture some night photography. We stay just outside the fence watching for the shots that can show the radiant beauty. But something else captures our eyes, something that will linger with us just as long as the majesty of the temple.
"The difficulty in France is that nobody wants to follow an institutional religion. Religion is viewed with suspicion." Other institutions want no connection with any kind of religion. That’s why the press’s coverage of the Paris France temple is such a surprising—even remarkable thing.
When the Paris France Temple is dedicated on May 21st, it will have marked forty years in the making—the same time as Moses and the Children of Israel wandered in the wilderness—and that is not lost on the French Latter-day Saints who have been hoping for a temple all of this time.
“Members of the Church in France have been looking forward to a temple to be built for years,” said Bishop Gérald Caussé, about the Church’s newly-completed Paris France Temple. “It’s an answer to prayers,” he said. See the newly released pictures.