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  • We can welcome refugees without fear

    I was afraid of my neighbors’ reactions, so I walked the family to the park with trepidation. I didn’t mention the situation to many people at my workplace.

  • In protest over gay rights, Mormons give up their church membership

    On Saturday, hundreds of people on the rolls of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints walked from a rallying point to Temple Square, where they delivered a letter …

  • Mormon youths take summer trek

    When I found out that our youth group was doing Pioneer Trek this summer, I wanted to be a part of it. Every four years, the Church of Jesus Christ …

  • Complex subject gets clunky treatment in ‘Freetown’

    The early days of Liberia’s long civil war provide the backdrop to “Freetown,” a modestly budgeted odyssey about Mormon missionaries fleeing the country for neighboring Sierra Leone. It’s 1989, and …

  • Mormon church appointee aided CIA on terror

    A Spokane psychologist who helped develop controversial interrogation methods, which some human rights groups say amount to torture, became the new spiritual leader of a Mormon congregation on the South …

  • LDS clarifies view on caffeine

    SALT LAKE CITY – Mormons are free to down a Coke or Pepsi. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has clarified its position on caffeinated soft drinks, noting …

  • Recalling mission time with Romney

    Mulloy Hansen had been a Mormon missionary in France for just a few months in early 1967 when he got word he was getting a new roommate and partner to …

  • Mormons announce plans to construct five temples

    SALT LAKE CITY – The Mormon church will build five temples in cities worldwide, including the restoration of a historic church building in Utah that was destroyed in a fire …



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