SOUTH JORDAN — A single visit to the Oquirrh Mountain Utah Temple simply wasn't enough for Milvia Dique. After touring the elegant new edifice with friends shortly after the temple's open house period began, she made an encore visit with a relative vacationing in Utah from London. Then the West Jordan, Utah, woman returned a third time to the temple with her husband, Edilson, and two of their children.
Indeed, the open house of the Oquirrh Mountain Utah Temple will be remembered as a time of peace, understanding and beauty for Mrs. Dique and hundreds of thousands of people of all backgrounds and faiths. After opening its doors to the public June 1, the temple welcomed almost 590,000 visitors during its two-month open house period.