Religion

Church releases Joseph Smith manuscript and seer stone

Students said the LDS Church’s announcement it is publishing a printer’s manuscript of the Book of Mormon and photos of a seer stone used by Joseph’s Smith was surprising but also an opportunity to learn ore about the prophet and early church history.

Church members respond to ruling of same-sex marriage

LDS Church members are deciding how they will react to the nationwide legalization of same-sex marriage in the United States, whether or not they agree with the ruling.

Boyd K. Packer: A Witness to the Savior, Jesus Christ

Elder Boyd K. Packer passed away on July 3 at 2 p.m. in his Utah home at 90 years of age. He served as an Apostle of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints for over 50 years, having been ordained into the Quorum of the Twelve on April 9, 1970, according to Mormon Newsroom.

Community feedback blows through wind farm informational meeting

The small community building in Kahuku was full and loud on Tuesday, June 23, as about 50 community members and environmental impact researches talked about the Champlin windmills to be built in Kahuku.

Trujillo Peru Temple becomes the 147th temple in operation

With the dedication of the Trujillo Peru Temple on June 21, there are now 147 temples in operation around the world. It follows the dedication of the Cordoba Argentina Temple on May 17 and the Payson Utah Temple on June 7.

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