Church News: President Nelson brings words of comfort in a season of sorrow to California fire victims
Two months after the Camp Fire savagely claimed an entire community here, President Russell M. Nelson surveyed the ashes of Paradise on Sunday and spoke to the community’s Latter-day Saint residents about loss — his and theirs.
Apostles lead first open house visitors through Rome Italy Temple
Elder David A. Bednar and Elder Ronald A. Rasband of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles held a news conference Monday morning and led tours for the temple’s first visitors.
The Supreme Court could reinterpret the First Amendment in a conservative direction this term. Here's how
A Supreme Court case about a cross-shaped World War I memorial could redefine how the government relates to religion.
Watch: President Russell M. Nelson comforts Latter-day Saints affected by devastating Paradise fire
Days after his daughter's death, President Russell M. Nelson comforted Latter-day Saints from California who lost homes, loved ones and more in the Paradise Camp Fire.
Italians wowed by Michelangelo motif in Rome Temple
The first Italians to tour the new Rome Italy Temple stopped just inside the front door Monday and began to point and smile at something familiar, though none had ever been inside a temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints before.
Chris Pratt on his engagement to Katherine Schwarzenegger: 'Proud to live boldly in faith with you'
The “Guardians of the Galaxy” star announced his engagement to Katherine Schwarzenegger over the weekend in an Instagram post.
Jerry Earl Johnston: Bishop Bird's frail existence
Meet Bishop Boyd Beesley Bird. Bishop Bird is a bald, 220-pound newspaper columnist who loves baseball, poetry and T-bone steak. Some think he’s me. But I’ve never been a bishop. Still, we do share some traits.
Apostle leads Catholic delegation on tour of Rome Temple
A Catholic delegation led by the secretary of the Vatican's Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity took a tour Tuesday of the new Rome Italy Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Picturing history: The groves in Nauvoo, Illinois
The Prophet Joseph Smith and other church leaders preached outdoors at sites known as the groves. Presently, the general areas where those sites were located are known to researchers and visitors.
On National Religious Freedom Day, consider the double standard on religious freedom — and why it's a problem
Religious freedom is an "inalienable right," but Americans want to apply protections differently depending on the faith group involved, according to new research.