“The church’s position on this matter remains unchanged,” church officials say.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has scheduled open house and dedication dates for the Belém Brazil and Quito Ecuador Temples this fall.
As a scholar and woman of faith, I know the good that religion offers.
These days former BYU basketball and Utah Jazz player Andy Toolson is busy with a business career, serving as a Latter-day Saint bishop and rebounding shots for kids these days.
Details about a kidnapping, a newspaper interview, letters to presidential candidates are featured in documents in the newest Joseph Smith Papers volume.
Barry Anderson, administrative manager and logistical master for The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square, is retiring after more than 21 years of service.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has rededicated the Hong Kong Temple and it will reopen in July following a 3-year renovation.
Landscapes at some Latter-day Saint temples and meetinghouses may be allowed to turn brown and become dormant, the church said in a statement.
Teichert believed she had a divine commission to paint the story of the Latter-day Saints
The latest developments involving faith-based objections to the COVID-19 vaccines include a legal battle on a soap opera set
In new guide on premarital counseling, the pope says chastity before marriage is key to a union’s long-term success.
The Supreme Court has once again ruled in favor of religious schools seeking public education money.
Two Supreme Court decisions from the 1960s ignited a battle over school prayer and the establishment clause that rages to this day.
Austin and Alta Fife’s ‘Saints of Sage and Saddle’ collects the eclectic folk tales of Latter-day Saints in the West.
Religious leaders say DACA keeps “Dreamers” in perpetual limbo and is a “band-aid on an open wound.”
Religion once played a big role in Juneteenth festivities. These leaders hope it will again someday soon.
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Gonzales and McCallum, who’ve starred at BYU and Utah, respectively, are considered to be two of the most marketable women in the NCAA.
After Friday’s ruling, the power to set abortion policies rests with individual states.
Elective abortions are now illegal in Utah, with few exceptions, after the Legislature’s general counsel determined the state’s trigger ban is legal following the court decision.
Morgan County ranks as the 4th healthiest community in the U.S., according to new rankings by U.S. News & World Report.
A new Deseret News/Hinckley Institute of Politics poll shows 41% of Utahns would vote for Lee and 35% for McMullin if the general election were held today.
Slippery conditions contributed to bicycle accident, says spokesman for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The friendship between Elder Quentin L. Cook and Robert Abrams includes positive action, sharing a Jewish Sabbath meal together and more.
Elders Quentin L. Cook and Gary E. Stevenson participated in the groundbreaking ceremony for Cache Valley’s second temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The planned Netflix series is based on the comic book series “American Jesus.”
The elderly victims were at a potluck when gunman opened fire. How should parents and lawmakers respond to attacks?
On Saturday, poor and low-income people from across the nation will take to the streets of Washington, D.C., to march for economic justice; organizers say that there’s something bigger at stake: America’s democracy.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is filming its fifth and final season of the Book of Mormon video series. See photos and read interviews with church leaders, directors, cast and crew.
N.Y. Commission of Religious Leaders helped stop a proposal to legalize prostitution: ‘We came together as one voice which could not be ignored by government.’
Twenty years ago, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Jehovah’s Witnesses challenging the rules for door-to-door missionaries in Stratton, Ohio.
A new film, “A Dream Delivered: The Lost Letters of Hawkins Wilson,” featuring actor Anthony Anderson and historian Henry Louis Gates, Jr., will be released in timing with Juneteenth.
After online-only conferences in 2021 and 2022, FamilySearch has announced that RootsTech 2023 will be virtual and in person. Here’s what you need to know.
Tabernacle Choir principal organist Richard Elliott almost didn’t go into music. Decades later, he’s receiving an artist award from the governor of Utah.
Utah tech mogul Josh Coates has the technological chops and the love of data to take his faith online
The internet is debating religion’s role in Disney fandom after a Reddit post from a “Disney adult” went viral
Sarah Merrill had nine children before deciding to attend medical school. Here’s what she learned on her path to graduation.
Latter-day Saints and church leaders watched this week as the Angel Moroni statute was installed on the steeple of the Urdaneta Philippines Temple.
Recent tragedies cannot be ignored, and members of the Catholic church are providing aid in multiple ways.
Latter-day Saints reenact the pioneer trek into the Salt Lake Valley every year. Here’s what to bring, what to expect and how to learn more about the pioneers.
What happens when a college athlete returns from a Latter-day Saint mission. An academic study presents its findings.