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What we can learn (about Mormons) from Jell-O salad

by KSL | Opinions & Features

Fry sauce, funeral potatoes and Jell-O salad; a researcher at the University of Utah says their appeal to m...

National Day of Prayer Observed Despite Claims of Being Unconstitutional

by LDS Living | Everything Else

The United States government called for the first National Day of Prayer to be held in 1775. In 1952, Presi...


The mother of an apostle: Alice Holland teaches by example

by The Spectrum | Opinions & Features

At 94, Alice Holland counts four children, 13 grandchildren, 34 great-grandchildren and two great-great gra...

I'm the Lords by Troop 339

by Mormon Life | Arts & Entertainment

Mormon who defied Nazis passes away in SLC

by Deseret News | Mormons We Know

Karl-Heinz Schnibbe was one of three Mormon teenagers who risked their lives in Hitler’s Germany to stand u...


Larry Miller often compromised his role as husband and dad

by Deseret News | Mormons We Know

The first time I met with Gail after Larry died, I asked her the obvious question: How was she doing? With ...


Sen. Bob Bennet voted out

by Deseret News | News from Utah

State Republican delegates dumped U.S. Sen. Bob Bennett on Saturday, and delegates vented their anti-incumb...

BYU star Fredette not going to the NBA, returning for senior season

by Bleacher Report | Saints & Sports

Let the happy dance begin, Jimmer Fredette is passing on the NBA Draft this year to remain at BYU. I’m not ...


LDS moms' favorite gift? A call from a faraway missionary

by Salt Lake Tribune | Saints & Sports

Forty-thousand Mormon missionaries phoned home for Mother's Day. It's one of the few times during their two...

The Curious Case of (the soon to be former BYU student) Michael Loyd, Jr.

by Sports Central | What They're Saying About "Us"

In a move that clearly caught the fans and the media off-guard, it was announced [Michael Loyd Jr.] would b...