Temple open houses are usually a big deal. In Beijing-controlled Hong Kong? Not so much.
Author: Cory Ward
One temple to rule them all.
He only needed a handful to break President Hinckley’s record, and he’s blown past it in less than four years.
Female General Officers speak more often than males, but without women as General Authorities, more speaking opportunities need to come from elsewhere.
The fate of the session has seesawed over the past six months. Will it be a “normal” session like the others or something special?
President Nelson was the second oldest Church president in history at the time of his call, and few expected he would accomplish much. How wrong we were!
So… that’s a cross on a temple.
Patriarch Joseph F. Smith II: The Complexities of Family Legacy and Homosexuality in the Early 20th Century
There was once a “Patriarch of the Church,” and his reported homosexuality was less of an issue than you might think.
We used to build temples next to meetinghouses. Now we’re building them in their place.
The Church appears to have big ideas about future temple construction.
Brazil’s 11th temple is a stunner.
Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, many completed Latter-day Saint temples are just sitting there awaiting rededication.
It’s hard to believe it took this long, but the Church just organized Latin America’s first Young Single Adult ward.
While 2020 was a year of decline and contraction on many fronts, it was also the year with the second-most temple groundbreakings on record.
It’s time to rank the best temples of 2020! Vote now for your favorites!
We’re accustomed to a statue of the Angel Moroni on our temples, but is that the norm? Why are newer temples going without the statue?