It’s quick, but it’s there! We’ll either love being mentioned or groan at the implication.
Author: Geoff Openshaw
After a massive 20 new temples announced in April, where on earth could the next batch go?
The mask guidance is only temporary, pursuant to COVID conditions improving. The Church also has a long history of encouraging vaccination.
California’s ninth temple has more distinguishing architecture than most of its cousins.
The latest statement by the First Presidency minces few words about the importance of vaccination in the fight against COVID-19.
Long live the ward activities committee.
The DC area landmark will finally have its public open house and dedication, long delayed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
California’s 9th temple has a home.
Bishops and other leaders are now more restricted on whom they can marry and where.
Idaho, New Mexico, and Colorado never had it so good.
The Church announces a major partnership with the NAACP, no more Saturday evening General Conference, and David Archuleta identifies as LGBTQ.
The sacred Hill Cumorah will be renovated and reforested in a decades-long project.
Now Temple Square will have exactly zero visitors centers.
The first temples in the Pacific nations might also embrace new modular construction methods.
Aligning with a policy regarding other vaccination requirements, missionaries looking to serve abroad must receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
There’s now a chance Minverva Teichert’s beautiful murals in the Manti Temple will be preserved for future generations to enjoy.
Two of the Church’s more historic temples are about to get a little less historic.
President Giovanni Pelin Pangan of the Philippines Iloilo Mission died on March 9.
The internet’s favorite meme of Bernie Sanders meets Latter-day Saint culture.
Pennsylvania’s second temple will fill a huge hole in the temple accessibility map.
Florida’s 3rd temple will serve the far-flung Saints of the Panhandle region.
We can be more open about the temple endowment than we realize.
It’s too easy to preach to LGBTQ Latter-day Saints. Richard Ostler believes we do the most good by listening and understanding.
2020 was a strange year for most of us, but it was also full of great content for Latter-day Saints. Here are the year’s top articles.
The temples are the first to reopen for proxy ordinances since March 2020.