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For Mormons, polygamy remains a PR stumbling block

by Salt Lake Tribune | What They're Saying About "Us"

Polygamy still clings to the LDS Church’s image — even though the Utah-based faith abandoned the practice m...

Utah 0.0005% more LDS in 2009

by Salt Lake Tribune | News from Utah

Utah's population is slightly -- very slightly -- more Mormon in 2009 than it was last year, according to t...


Historic photos of Temple Square

by Salt Lake Tribune | News from Utah

The Salt Lake Tribune occasionally presents images from its archives in a special series called A Look Back...


Mormon lore played big role in Utah Senate race

by Salt Lake Tribune | Opinions & Features

Mormon doctrine and its relationship to political ideology wafted heavily over the Senate Republican primar...

Maverick professor an unlikely BYU hero

by Salt Lake Tribune | Mormons We Know

I'm dedicating this column to my friend Michael Goldsmith, a BYU law professor who died Sunday at the age o...


LDS Church Commitment to Downtown Salt Lake Now Proves Great Success

by Salt Lake Tribune | News from Utah

Five years ago there wasn’t much to do on Salt Lake City’s Main Street unless you wanted to buy a kilt from...

Mormons through a new lens

by Salt Lake Tribune | Arts & Entertainment

When renowned photographers Ansel Adams and Dorothea Lange ventured into the southern Utah towns of St. Geo...


LDS bishop's wife -- one tough 'calling'

by Salt Lake Tribune | What They're Saying About "Us"

Night after night, Mario Durrant pored over the thick handbook, learning how to conduct services, how to ha...

A SL Tribune editorial on LDS Seminary

by Salt Lake Tribune | What They're Saying About "Us"

Officials at the Canyons School District, Utah's first new district in 100 years, want to do things a littl...


Visa problems slow LDS missions to Brazil

by Salt Lake Tribune | Everything Else

Hundreds of Mormon missionaries assigned to serve in Brazil increasingly find themselves preaching not in R...