The LDS Church just reissued its statement on race and Charlottesville, and the 2nd release is a virtual smackdown of the alt-right -- including its Mormon adherents.
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (RNS) — From Jerusalem to Ayodhya, the world has no shortage of contested religious sites. But here in the U.S., the three largest Mormon denominations have found a way to peacefully share places that all of them hold sacred.
(USA Today) — Multiple baptisms aren't uncommon in the American South, where beliefs and practices vary widely, even within various Christian denominations.
SALT LAKE CITY (SLT) This marks a public change from what Mormon officials reported last fall, stating then that their prophet-leader went to the office every day and attended top-level church meetings in which he led the discussions and made decisions.
(RNS) Could Donald Trump become the first president to rescind a national monument?
An evangelical cartoonist has died. His work was hardly the best that Christianity has to offer.
The purpose of this exercise in time-measurement terminology is ... to suggest that people may profitably invest in some of those in their own era, age, and moment, and gain perspective for what is before them.
(RNS) The public gets a brief window to tour a temple soon to be closed to all but members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
(RNS) California's law expands access to aid in dying to 1 in 6 terminally ill Americans, cheering advocates and horrifying opponents who see danger ahead for the elderly and vulnerable.
McMINNVILLE, Ore. (RNS) What's the difference between belief in a religion and belief in the paranormal? Not much, some say.
The LDS Church is on a journey, just as we are. Let’s give it the space it needs to be true and living, not just true and dead.
Mormon women, especially at LDS-owned schools, continue to be bombarded with the notion that they are at least partially responsible for sexual assaults.
Tyler Glenn's new solo video "Trash" says the Mormon religion is claustrophobic for LGBT people—and since the video ends with the singer's mock death, apparently fatal.
Given the LDS Church's "fetishization of the family," guest blogger Brandt Malone says the recent Mormon emphasis on helping refugees puts the focus back where it should be: on what Jesus would do.
Kaisen? Haizley? Wraylynn? Guest blogger Jennifer Mansfield explores what Mormons gain by giving their children such unusual names.