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Fake version of LDS website fools readers and media with fake apology for racism

Fake version of LDS website fools readers and media with fake apology for racism by LARRY D. CURTIS, KUTVThursday, May 17th 2018AA 10VIEW ALL PHOTOSA fake LDS news release website fooled the public and media Thursday with a fake apology for racism on the same day the LDS Church issued a joint statement with the NAACP. …

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Latter-day Saints are overrepresented in Utah’s Legislature, holding 9 of every 10 seats

Latter-day Saints are overrepresented in Utah’s Legislature, holding 9 of every 10 seats How this dominance, particularly among Republicans, influences policy. (Scott Sommerdorf | Tribune file photo) The Salt Lake LDS Temple and the Utah Capitol are seen together in 2017.By Lee Davidson  | Jan. 14, 2021, 5:00 a.m.| Updated: Jan. 19, 2021, 7:28 a.m.Mention the …

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The number of Latter-day Saints in Congress is dropping

The number of Latter-day Saints in Congress is dropping By Tad Walch@Tad_Walch  Jan 7, 2021, 3:48pm MST Share this story Share this on Facebook (opens in new window) Share this on Twitter (opens in new window) SHAREAll sharing options This article was first published in the ChurchBeat newsletter. You can sign up here to receive the newsletter in your inbox weekly. …

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LDS Church begins work on a historic temple, its first in India

LDS Church begins work on a historic temple, its first in India (Image courtesy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) Rendering of the Bengaluru Temple in India.By David Noyce  | Dec. 4, 2020, 2:38 p.m.| Updated: 3:19 p.m. Latter-day Saints make up barely 0.001% of India’s population, but those members have reason to …

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Why the LDS Church ‘strongly opposes’ Proposition 207 on recreational marijuana

Why the LDS Church ‘strongly opposes’ Proposition 207 on recreational marijuana Opinion: Just because the LDS Church supported medical marijuana in Utah does not mean it supports the legalization of recreational marijuana in Arizona. C. Dale Willis Jr.opinion contributorView Comments Each election, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints reminds members and others that …

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LDS Church donates second round of 42,000 pounds of food

LDS Church donates second round of 42,000 pounds of food By SALLY KRUTZIG skrutzig@postregister.com 19 hrs ago  0 Facebook Twitter Email Facebook Twitter Email Print Save The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has donated a second round of 42,000 pounds of food to The Community Food Basket — Idaho Falls. The church’s first …

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Mormons Grapple With Church’s History Of Discrimination Amid Wider Racial Reckoning11:04

Mormons Grapple With Church’s History Of Discrimination Amid Wider Racial Reckoning11:04 PlaySeptember 22, 2020 Tonya Mosley The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, whose members are also known as Mormons, has a troubled history with racial discrimination. Black Americans were among its earliest converts and even served in leadership roles — but for over …

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LDS Church releases special episode of Book of Mormon video series

LDS Church releases special episode of Book of Mormon video series By Genelle Pugmire Daily Herald Sep 16, 2020  0 Facebook Twitter Email 1 of 3 Picture depicts Moroni, the last prophet of The Book of Mormon, burying the history of his people written on gold plates, in the Hill Cumorah. Part of new episode of …

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Latter-day Saints can resume weekly services, if conditions permit, and virtual sacrament meetings are now OK

Latter-day Saints can resume weekly services, if conditions permit, and virtual sacrament meetings are now OK 70By Peggy Fletcher StackBy Scott D. Pierce · Published: 1 day agoUpdated: 1 day ago More than 30,000 congregations across the globe in the 16.5 million-member Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints got the go-ahead Friday to resume weekly services …

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An incredible workforce’: LDS Church members volunteer to clean up hurricane damage in south Louisiana

An incredible workforce’: LDS Church members volunteer to clean up hurricane damage in south Louisiana TOP STORIES by: Rick AaronPosted: Sep 7, 2020 / 09:21 PM MDT / Updated: Sep 7, 2020 / 09:22 PM MDTjavascript:false SULPHUR, LA (ABC4 News) –  While many of us spent the long holiday weekend relaxing, hundreds of members of The Church of Jesus Christ of …

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