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."
More Temples Features
The French are used to being dazzled by a building. But there is something they are much less used to—a place that is dedicated to God, a temple that is truly His house. This is foreign. Come and read some final thoughts from the French people on this temple that will be dedicated this weekend.
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.