Addressing the Church for the first time since his wife Frances passed away, President Thomas S. Monson expressed tender feelings for his beloved companion during a Sunday session of General Conference as the chair she used to occupy sat empty.
posted Oct 6th - 11:33pm
It's been 50 years since the Polynesian Cultural Center opened in Oahu. Join Carole Mikita as she visits Hawaii to explore the history of the tourism hotspot in her special report "Voyage of Faith."
posted Oct 6th - 10:39pm
A deadly car crash in 2008 leaves one family without a mother and another with a father in jail. Hear how tragedy brought these families together. "Finding Forgiveness" is an incredible story of love, healing and letting go.
Natalie Crofts | posted Oct 6th - 2:24pm
General Conference is upon us and with it comes great photo opportunities.
Whitney Evans and Carole Mikita | posted Oct 5th - 10:15pm
About 150 women and their male supporters requested entrance for women to the all-male Priesthood Session of LDS General Conference Saturday but were turned away and invited to watch the proceedings on the Internet or other broadcast outlets.
Sam Penrod | posted Oct 5th - 9:56pm
Latter-day Saints from around the world gathered in Salt Lake City Saturday for the beginning sessions of the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' semiannual General Conference. President Thomas S. Monson announced a milestone in church membership, while other church leaders spoke of the importance of loving, accepting and striving to understand one another.
Natalie Crofts | posted Oct 4th - 5:00pm
BYU's newest a capella group with a mission to serve will be taking to the streets in between sessions of General Conference Saturday.
Carole Mikita | posted Sep 28th - 10:02pm
Tens of thousands of Latter-day Saint women filled the Conference Center in Salt Lake City Saturday night as women leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' Relief Society brought messages of hope, love and the importance of covenants to their annual meeting.
Spencer Hall | posted Sep 26th - 10:19am
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will broadcast the priesthood session for the first time, but the church is encouraging priesthood holders to attend the session in their local chapel, where distances permit.
Celeste Tholen Rosenlof and Carole Mikita | posted Sep 24th - 7:07pm
For the first time in its history, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will broadcast the priesthood session of its general conference live on television and online.
Associated Press | posted Sep 6th - 12:42pm
The Mormon church's family history research center has signed a new agreement with Ancestry.com in a project to make 1 billion new genealogical records available to the public.
Sam Penrod | posted Sep 4th - 8:04pm
In what the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints calls an "era of transparency," the next volume in the Joseph Smith Papers is being released.
Linda Williams | posted Aug 30th - 11:25am
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has released a new series of videos about the church organization and how its programs work.
Linda Williams | posted Aug 29th - 11:15am
Orthodox Jews have a lot in common with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and should consider them allies, according to a rabbi who recently met with LDS church leadership in Salt Lake.
Lindsay Maxfield | posted Aug 21st - 11:16am
The LDS Church reached a new milestone this month: More than 75,000 missionaries are currently serving throughout the world.
Carole Mikita | posted Aug 18th - 10:39pm
Breaking ground for a new temple and marking the 75th anniversary of Deseret Industries, leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints participated in important events in both Utah and Connecticut over the past week.
Linda Williams | posted Aug 13th - 11:15am
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is preparing to break ground for its new temples in Connecticut and Colorado this month.
Carole Mikita | posted Aug 11th - 10:21pm
At 85 years old and still going strong, The Mormon Tabernacle Choir Sunday marked a milestone. The singers are beginning their 85th year of "Music and the Spoken Word". To help celebrate, they welcomed a couple of guest conductors who are no strangers to the group.
Carole Mikita | posted Jul 30th - 7:03pm
Thousands of people, mostly members of the Joseph Smith, Sr. family, are preparing to gather for a special 5K race on Saturday. Money is being raised to pay tribute to a doctor who, 200 years ago, saved Joseph Smith, Jr.'s life.
Associated Press | posted Jul 25th - 11:14am
Nearly three-fourths of American Latter-day Saints live in the West, and four in 10 live in Utah, new figures from the Pew Research Center show.
Kirk Jowers and Ellesse Balli, ksl.com Contributors | posted Jul 23rd - 1:27pm
As we approach the 24th of July and reflect on the intrepidity of our ancestors, it is worth considering the bold journey of a modern pioneer — Malian Presidential Candidate Niankoro Yeah Samake.
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