The LDS Church is asking some members whether children ages 8 to 11 should be called to regular interviews with the bishop. The short answer is no.
This week's leaked document about Mormon cover-ups for alleged sexual abusers raises the uncomfortable reminder that my religion is firmly enmeshed with the politics of empire. Which really never ends well.
(RNS) — In General Conference, Mormon leader Quentin Cook spoke out against sexual abuse, but the language he used may have created more problems than it solved, says guest blogger Emily Jensen.
Mormons got more diversity in their highest leadership, a fresh focus on lay ministry, and a restructured priesthood organization in this weekend's groundbreaking General Conference.
A high-ranking Mormon mission leader has been accused of sexual misconduct, even sexual assault. As the story unfolds, here's a brief guide to what we know and when we learned it.