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Legacy of Mormon Pavilion at New York World's Fair Still Seen Today

by LDS Church News | News from Utah

Its impact can be hard to imagine in the Internet age, but 50 years ago, when the New York World’s Fair of ...


New Caledonia celebrates Church growth

by LDS Church News | Opinions & Features

Before organizing the Church's first stake in New Caledonia on May 27, Elder James J. Hamula noted that the...


Tabernacle organ heritage

by LDS Church News | Arts & Entertainment

For generations, musical artists have brought forth melodic beauty from the Salt Lake Tabernacle Organ. Now...


A bright future for members in African nations

by LDS Church News | Opinions & Features

After thousands of miles and days spent traveling, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve rel...


Young Women: I call you 'my friend'

by LDS Church News | What We Believe

If I were to guess, I'd say one of the most referred to topics in For the Strength of Youth is "Friends" (s...


Learning the Gospel Through Stories

by LDS Church News | Mormon Life

The gospel of Jesus Christ is, in large measure, a gospel of stories — stories that illustrate and illumina...


Church Announces New Seminary Graduation Requirements for LDS Youth

by LDS Church News | From the Church News from Utah

New requirements for seminary graduation are meant to “elevate learning” and better prepare students for li...


New temple president

by LDS Church News | Official Church Info

A new temple president and his wife have been called by the First Presidency. They will begin their service...

LDS Church News: Obituaries

by LDS Church News | Everything Else

R. Bay Hutchings, 94, who presided over the France Toulouse Mission from 1981-82, the Switzerland Geneva Mi...

Church Leader Visit Lifts Spirits After Cyclone

by LDS Church News | Official Church Info

"God knows your circumstances and your faith," Elder F. Michael Watson this week reassured Samoans impacted...