Elder Holland Shares Counsel, Comfort in the Carribean

by LDS Church News | From the Church News from Utah

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles made a special visit to the Church's Caribbea...


Better internet access for Cuba — can the Church be far behind?

by Millennial Star | Best of LDS Blogs

For those of us involved in the internet business, it has been a very interesting time lately. Cuba finally...


Mormon dentists go to Dominican Republic to help, get mugged instead

by Dominican Today | Everything Else

Twenty American dentists were mugged Monday night by two men on a motorcycle near the busy corner of Maximo...


Helping Hands removes 70 tons of trash from Dominican beaches

by | Opinions & Features

On September 15, 2012, more than 4,000 Mormon Helping Hands volunteers helped to clean beaches throughout t...


Medical volunteers needed to serve in 2013

by | Everything Else

For the past four years the Church has worked with the U.S. Navy in a program designed to help strengthen r...

Millions of records, images added to FamilySearch

by Deseret News | Everything Else

Millions of new records and images have been added recently to for more than 20 countries,...


Elder Bednar Instructs Members in Caribbean Area

by | Opinions & Features

Visiting the Dominican Republic in mid-February, 2012, Elder David A. Bednar of the Quorum of the Twelve Ap...


Saints in Dominican Republic Hold First Church-Sponsored Family Conference

by | Everything Else

They say that family history is catching. If the increase of family history-related events around the globe...


BYU baseball team visits Dominican Republic

by LDS Church News | Saints & Sports

A day of service, two devotionals, two clinics and dodging a swarm of killer bees were all part of BYU base...

New Puerto Rico family history center opens

by Mormon Newsroom | Official Church Info

The newest family history center has opened in Puerto Rico, and local television station WAPA-TV provided v...