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January 18, 2022

First Line News Articles for Tuesday, January 18 2022

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Temples around the world: See photos of the most recent construction progress

Nearly 50 temples across the world are under construction or renovation. Some of the most exciting installations include the temple monument sign in McAllen, Texas; a central steeple pedestal for the Taylorsville Utah Temple; and exterior lighting for the Praia Cape Verde Temple where construction is nearly complete!

January Face to Face event for youth postponed until March

A Face to Face event for youth scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 29, has been postponed due to COVID-19 precautions, according to a Church notice released Friday.

Church leaders continue to assess damage after underwater volcano near Tonga triggers tsunami waves, knocks out communication

Church leaders continue to assess damage after a volcano eruption on Saturday, Jan. 15, near the Pacific nation of Tonga caused tsunami warnings, flooding and thick ash to fall from the sky.

On the day honoring Martin Luther King Jr., President Nelson asks all to ‘labor together to abandon attitudes and actions of prejudice’

In commemoration of the birth of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., President Russell M. Nelson, leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, posted a message on social media Monday, Jan. 17, asking all to “labor together to abandon attitudes and actions of prejudice.”

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