For the 36 couples participating in the 2017 Seminar for New Temple Presidents and Matrons on October 9–12, their new assignments entail far more than full-time administrative duties. Each calling, they say, doubles as a sacred charge to help others realize and enjoy the blessings found only inside one of the Church’s dedicated temples.
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Washington Post: "For anyone who drives around the Capital Beltway, the soaring white spires are a familiar sight — and yet a complete mystery to most."
The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced dates for a public open house and rededication of the Jordan River Utah Temple.
Upgrades planned for sacred buildings in Mesa, Baton Rouge and Raleigh.
In a tiny chapel just a few miles from the Vatican, 40 young men and women gathered to worship Jesus. In the simple wood-paneled room, the congregation begins singing hymns and sharing testimonies. But in a country where nearly 90% of people are Catholic, these young Italian worshippers are not; they’re Mormons, and they are adding to the religious mix.