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Chicago Tribune: Re-enacting Joseph Smith's court hearings, and a look into Mormons' tolerance

by Chicago Tribune | What They're Saying About "Us"

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has, when you think about it, been a remarkably good sport ...


Would America elect a Mormon?

by Chicago Tribune | What They're Saying About "Us" Mormons We Know

For most of American history, voters wanted their president to be white, Protestant and male. But such prej...


LDS inventor with cancer shares his secrets

by Chicago Tribune | Opinions & Features

Don Coleman demonstrates his inventions at his basement workshop at home in Bloomingdale. He has been diagn...


Mormons, Muslims get along by creating books, not destroying them

by Chicago Tribune | Opinions & Features

The threat by Pastor Terry Jones to burn the Qur'an was all over the news. What if, instead of destroying M...

Chicago Tribune: Roots in church, family keep Notre Dame's Te'o grounded

by Chicago Tribune | Saints & Sports

Outside the chapel walls on the first Sunday of August, there is little more than sunlight and a tinny thru...

For now, Te'o's mission is Irish football

by Chicago Tribune | Saints & Sports

Manti Te'o was among more than 20 people in the room when Chris Badger, a freshman Notre Dame teammate and ...


Mormon designer creates award-winning Jewish tzedakah box

by Chicago Tribune | Everything Else

Doug Burnett learned the power of vision and charity as a teenager when his parents gave glasses to a frien...


Youth branch provides a gathering place for Chicago-area Mormons

by Chicago Tribune | What They're Saying About "Us"

For Katie Mellor, a job offer from Chicago-based Leo Burnett came at an awkward time. Her parents had just ...


After doubts, some evangelical leaders put faith in Romney

by Chicago Tribune | Mormons We Know

In October, Texas megachurch pastor Robert Jeffress ignited a firestorm by calling Mormonism a "cult" and t...