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Check out this week's top stories in the Best of LDS Living for the week of December 22 through 28, 2012.
Read about (and get top news coverage) on the big events of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its people in the year 2012. Scroll below graphic for coverage.
Check out more information on big events of the LDS Church and its people in 2012:
January 16, 2012
Jon Huntsman Jr. withdraws from the presidential race, ending the momentous occasion of two Mormons running for U.S. president.
Jon Huntsman wasn't in it for long, but he still had time for a few well-written articles to get out there:
It's been a great year at LDS Living, with a lot of great stories. We looked back at some of our best, from talking about hard-hitting issues like same-sex attraction and pornography to sharing tips that will make your life easier, whether that's slow-cooker recipes or how to keep your kids reverent in church.
The Church has made huge strides this year in reaching out to the LGBT community and opening up the discussion on homosexuality within the context of the gospel. This article was by far our biggest pot-stirrer of the year, but it is also one that helps spread understanding and compassion. Without proclaiming what is best for others, one man dealing with same-sex attraction, Ty Mansfield, shares his faith-affirming testimony of his experiences that led to his getting married in the temple and starting a family of his own.
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In order, these stories had the top hits of 2012. Enjoy finding out what LDS Living readers found most interesting!
Check out this week's top stories in the Best of LDS Living for the week of December 15 through 21, 2012.