President Boyd K. Packer gave a talk entitled "Cleansing the Inner Temple" during General Conference this weekend. In it, he addressed the sanctity of marriage between a man and a woman, alluding the Church's stance against gay marriage.
The talk has been met with a lot of anger from nonmember communities, who oppose the Church's view on the hot topic. Below are links to President Packer's talk and several articles written in response to what he said.
Editor's note: Some articles show great negativity towards the LDS Church and do not represent the views of LDS Living.
President Packer's talk: 'Cleansing the inner temple'
Deseret News: Mormon church affirms stance on marriage
ABC 4: Gay rights organization calls on Elder Packer to "correct" statements
United Press international: Mormon leader preaches gays can change
Religion Dispatches magazine: LDS apostle says same-sex attraction can be overcome
Salt Lake Tribune: Apostle: Same-sex attraction can change
Herald Journal News: Packer avers LDS stand on gay marriage
Daily Herald: LDS Church leader: Homosexuality not 'inborn'
AOL News: After a Dissent, Mormon Leaders Reaffirm Stance Against Gay Marriage