(RNS) — Catholics normally fast on the last Friday before Easter. This year Presbyterians, Latter-day Saints, Jews and others are planning to join them.
(AP) — Easing the severity of Utah's historically strong polygamy ban, the state hopes to encourage more frequent reporting of abuses.
(RNS) — The former Republican standard-bearer puts his follow GOP senators to shame.
(RNS) — At least one legal expert said this lawsuit could have serious implications for the way houses of faith report abuse.
(RNS) — Legal experts are skeptical the complaint will trigger an investigation from the IRS, and they note that the LDS church’s tradition of aggressive saving dates back decades.
(RNS) — 'We are grateful for the feedback we have received' is a new model for LDS leaders when it comes to reversing obvious mistakes.
(RNS) — The school's statement included an apology for 'the turmoil caused by our earlier decision.'
(RNS) — Student reporters a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints college were told not to 'poke the bear' by publishing stories criticizing school policy, according to a leaked recording of an editorial meeting.
Holy Harry Potter! From changes to women's roles to a new youth program, announcements came fast and furious.
Women and girls can now act as official witnesses in some Mormon rituals. While it may seem small, here's why it's actually a big deal.
(RNS) — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has removed a high councilman from his local church position in Utah after he was charged with taking photos of a woman undressing in a Tennessee clothing store.
(AP) — The new guidance in a church youth magazine seems to reflect growing concern about young Latter-day Saints' adherence to the rules.
(The Conversation) — The recent reversal of a 2015 policy sanctioning children of same-sex marriages doesn't change the church's view of same-sex couples.
(RNS) — Leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will no longer consider same-sex marriage 'apostasy' and will allow the children of LGBT Mormons to be blessed and baptized.
SALT LAKE CITY — Along with dropping the 'Mormon' nickname, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has changed its website from ldschurch.org to churchofjesuschrist.org.