It was a “crime of passion,” according to police.
Author: Breklyn Miles
Missionaries will only need a COVID booster if their host country dictates it.
A wonderful tribute and offering of hope to the people of Ukraine.
Kept in storage in 2020 due to the pandemic, one of the Church’s most successful charitable efforts is back for the holidays.
Mere weeks after being announced in General Conference, Montana’s second temple has a rendering and a home.
The annual statistical report revealed some unfortunate expectations in light of the pandemic.
The third remote General Conference in a row will be a virtual affair thanks to the ongoing COVID-10 pandemic.
Farewell, fountain. Hello, flags.
The Church will hold a groundbreaking for Zimbabwe’s first temple near the end of the year.
Modified temple ceremonial clothing will be easier to obtain, use, and care for.
Brazil’s 11th temple is happening.
“We have to remember that patriotism is a biblical virtue. … And to see people coming together — especially to see our young people — to show that we’re not alone in our love for God and country,” said Cardinal Dolan.
Are you into Gentri? You will be.
The first chapter of the next volume of a history of the Church’s people is now available online.
President Russell M. Nelson to Dedicate Rome Italy Temple with Entire First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Present
For the first time outside of the United States, all 15 members of the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles will convene in one place.
Once a requirement, a new letter from the First Presidency makes the practice of veiling a woman’s face optional.
You’ll soon need to take to the internet to enjoy longer-form shenanigans from your favorite clean comedy heroes.
Only a few weeks ago, half of Nicaragua’s missionaries left. Now, the country will remain without Mormon missionaries for the foreseeable future.
In which the apostle goes all-in on his favorite metaphor.