Last week the LDS Church issued a statement mandating which of 16 artworks would be acceptable for use in its buildings. If we can micromanage that, can we not also make it clear that this is not the time to be cavalier about a deadly pathogen?
This spring, I and several million other Latter-day Saint women have lost access to the sacrament, but it’s not because we have sinned.
(RNS) — The new issue of Dialogue, guest edited by Mormon feminists and chock-full of diverse voices, will likely not be read by the people who most need to read it.
"Family is family," says guest blogger Mette Harrison. "And even if I’m not a believing Mormon anymore, family will be forever."
Last week I was coughing, battling an intermittent but lousy headache, and feeling utterly fatigued. And through it was the nagging question: Was this the Covid-19 virus?
The LDS Church is donating medical supplies in 57 countries affected by the pandemic, and encouraging Mormons to sew face masks.
A lot of Mormon fasting is taken up with fasting *for* something—a particular end, a better life. What would it look like to go deeper?
General Conference's focus on the way Latter-day Saints are unique recipients of the fullness of God’s truth came across as tone-deaf in a time of need.
It's intriguing that President Nelson is instituting the hosanna shout on the perfect day in the liturgical calendar: Palm Sunday.
(RNS) — ‘McMillions,’ the hit HBO documentary series, offers true crime with a soul.
Here is what I’m hoping for this weekend: that we focus on a bigger God and a less grandiose church. That our leaders emphasize how to respond to Covid-19 with Christlike compassion for the world, without indulging in denominational pride.
Last night hundreds of people gathered at the Salt Lake City airport to welcome Mormon missionaries home, despite social distancing instructions from the state of Utah and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
This is an apocalypse. It will help to reveal who we are individually . . . and who we are as a Mormon people.
(RNS) — This is not a drill, Mormons, and it's not the seasonal flu. It's a Martin and Willie handcart rescue operation.
(RNS) — I love my church’s consistent, and decidedly unglamorous, emphasis on preparing for emergencies. Mormons are famous for this stuff.