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Donald Trump on Mitt Romney: ‘Are You Sure He’s a Mormon?’

Donald Trump on Mitt Romney: 'Are You Sure He's a Mormon?'

AP Photo / John Locher Donald Trump spoke at a rally in Salt Lake City on Friday, where he said he loved Mormons but blasted Mitt Romney. “Do I love the Mormons?” Trump asked as cheers erupted from the crowd. “I have many friends that live in Salt Lake City — and by the way, Mitt Romney is not one …

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Temple News & Updates – Week of March 13

Here at LDSDaily.com, we know that members of the church sure love temples. However, I would only hear about the status of a temple when it was announced,  during the groundbreaking ceremony, the open house, the placement of the Angel Moroni, and the dedication. However, there is so much more going on with these sacred buildings that we just never hear about. So, we …

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How to Watch the Provo City Center Temple Cultural Celebration Live Online

How to Watch the Provo City Center Temple Cultural Celebration Live Online

The Provo City Center Temple Cultural Celebration, “To Give Unto Them Beauty for Ashes,” is sure to be a spectacular experience. Held on March 19, 2016 at 7:00pm Mountain Daylight Time, the cultural celebration performed by the youth of Provo will precede the temple dedication on March 20. It will depict the history of the Tabernacle, its transformation into a …

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Mormon Missionaries in Ohio Partake in Three-Day ‘Feast of the Poor’

Mormon Missionaries in Ohio Partake in Three-Day ‘Feast of the Poor’

Elder Bill Wydner was an efficient bagger and he wasn’t afraid to tease his fellow missionaries as he lapped them. “I think I should sit this one out, I’m two or three laps ahead of you,” he joked. Wydner and the other Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints missionaries donated nonperishable food items to End 68 Hours of Hunger …

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How Mormons Can Relate to Saint Patrick of Ireland

How Mormons Can Relate to Saint Patrick of Ireland

On March 17, many cultures around the world remember and celebrate Saint Patrick, a fifth-century missionary and primary patron saint of Ireland. While members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints don’t honor saints the way some of their Christian counterparts do, there are still lessons to be learned from our Christian past. Here are just a few …

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Euthanasia and Prolonging Life Major Topic for Church Members in Canada

Euthanasia and Prolonging Life Major Topic for Church Members in Canada

News Release from Mormon Newsroom. The recent Supreme Court of Canada decision to strike down a ban on euthanasia and doctor-assisted suicide is now in the forefront of public discussion. Canadian members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, along with members of other faith-based organizations, have an opportunity to make their voices heard on this critical issue. …

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Temple News & Updates – Week of March 6

Here at LDSDaily.com, we know that members of the church sure love temples. However, I would only hear about the status of a temple when it was announced,  during the groundbreaking ceremony, the open house, the placement of the Angel Moroni, and the dedication. However, there is so much more going on with these sacred buildings that we just never hear about. So, we …

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Temple News & Updates – Week of Feb 28

Here at LDSDaily.com, we know that members of the church sure love temples. However, I would only hear about the status of a temple when it was announced,  during the groundbreaking ceremony, the open house, the placement of the Angel Moroni, and the dedication. However, there is so much more going on with these sacred buildings that we just never hear about. So, we …

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Tragic Historic Finding Released: Mormon Woman Icon Eliza R. Snow Was Gang-Raped During Missouri Persecution Period

Tragic Historic Finding Released: Mormon Woman Icon Eliza R. Snow Was Gang-Raped During Missouri Persecution Period

By Peggy Fletcher Stack for the Salt Lake Tribune. In the sedate setting of an academic symposium in Provo, a respected LDS scholar delivered this historical bombshell: Eliza R. Snow, one of Mormonism’s “founding mothers,” was gang-raped by eight Missourians during 19th-century tensions between LDS settlers and their Midwestern enemies. “The rape was brutal, and so it made Eliza unable …

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