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World renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir holding auditions

by LDS Church News | Official Church Info Arts & Entertainment

The world’s most famous and accomplished choir is currently auditioning altos, sopranos, tenors and basses ...


Canada's Mormon town, Cardston thrives for 125 years

by LDS Church News | Opinions & Features

In heart, soul, history and demographics, it is every bit as much Mormon country as anywhere in Utah, yet C...

Kyiv Ukraine Temple: Expressing love for a prophet

by LDS Church News | Official Church Info

The love members in the Kyiv Ukraine Temple district feel for President Thomas S. Monson is, quite literall...


Elder Ballard Visits Rome

by LDS Church News | Official Church Info

"An apostle in Rome." That phrase evokes scenes from Christianity's early history and, in light of recent e...

Developing sanctuaries of faith

by LDS Church News | What We Believe

Individuals need personal sanctuaries of faith to counter the current situations in the world said Jeff Rin...

President Uchtdorf counsels singles

by LDS Church News | Official Church Info

A regional conference attended by more than 1,500 young single adults focused on service. Participants came...


'We Could Be Heroes' exhibition at BYU's Museum of Art

by LDS Church News | Arts & Entertainment

It could be tempting to regard "We Could Be Heroes" — the contemporary art exhibition on display at the BYU...

Church seeks material for Washington D.C. Temple exhibit

by LDS Church News | Official Church Info

The Missionary Department of the Church is seeking material pertaining to the Washington D.C. Temple for a ...


Baroness Nicholson Praises LDS Church as "Doers of Life"

by LDS Church News | Mormon Life

From the British Parliament's changing view of the LDS Church to her thoughts on Elder Holland after hostin...


How Vietnam Officially Recognizing the Church Fulfills an Incredible Prophecy

by LDS Church News | Makes You Think Mormon Life

“I make no defense of the war from this pulpit,” Elder Gordon B. Hinckley said in the later 1960s. “There i...