(RNS) — Based on Google Trends, some change is happening in line with President Russell M. Nelson’s directive from a year ago. The term 'Latter-days Saints' is gaining ground.
(RNS) — Responding to a request of its sponsor, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the musical group will now be called 'The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.'
A social psychologist argues that how we responded to the controversy of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir singing at Donald Trump's inauguration reveals the fault lines of how different kinds of people view the world.
As backlash gains momentum against the Mormon Tabernacle Choir singing at Donald Trump's inauguration, guest blogger Carol Lynn Pearson asks, "What would Jesus do?"
(RNS) The Christmastime staple is no longer for Advent only.
SALT LAKE CITY — The conference will tackle topics such as “ways to strengthen marriages and families; the social costs of pornography; human trafficking; global health care initiatives; the bioethics of cloning and genetic modification.”
I listen to the Mormon Matters podcast, get Primary ideas from Mormon Mommy Blogs, and learn about new books from the Association of Mormon Letters. But the LDS Church is making a stand about organizations and businesses like these that lay claim to the name "Mormon."
The way Pope Francis has re-energized the Roman Catholic Church in just eight months is nothing short of astonishing. What might Mormon leaders learn from this example?
A couple of days ago, a friend emailed me a link to this touching story about the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and their "concert for one." It runs about five minutes or so. Have a Kleenex handy . . . .