Lindsey Stirling, the classically trained violinist from Gilbert, Arizona, seems to be everywhere these days.
Pope Francis warned the rich and powerful on Tuesday that God will judge them on whether they fed the poor and cared for the Earth, his latest exhortation on the environment ahead of his... Read more »
Without knowing it, young cancer patient Torry Cline taught a memorable lesson about the importance of the sacrament. Read more »
The number of Americans who don't affiliate with a particular religion has grown to 56 million in recent years, making the faith group researchers call "nones" the second-largest in total numbers... Read more »
Cambodia welcomed home a 10th century stone statue of a Hindu god that was looted from a temple during the country's civil war and spent the past three decades at an American museum. Read more »
A new study of the American religious landscape shows a decline in mainline Protestant church membership while the numbers of religiously unaffiliated, Muslims and Hindus rise. Read more »
Chipo Chung, who plays the role of Mary Magdalene in "A.D. The Bible Continues," shares what she learned through playing the well-known biblical woman. Read more »
Latter-day Saints have more children than Catholics or any other faith, according to a massive new study on American religion. The study also found Mormons marry more than any group but Hindus, and... Read more »
Part of any science or expertise is to learn a language different from the ordinary. Read more »
After a long journey to find the resources needed to create a homeless hospice, the INN Between held its ribbon-cutting and house-blessing ceremony Monday. Read more »
Matthew sought to demonstrate to a Jewish audience that Jesus is the new Moses who fulfilled the old law while delivering the new. Read more »
I have said goodbye to loved ones and felt the heartache of loss as I wait for the time when I can see them again. But I have felt that calm, peaceful reassurance that I will. I don’t think... Read more »
Missionaries from across the Washington D.C. North Mission and recent converts to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gather on the third Sunday of each month to share why they believe. Read more »
The Choir of the Cathedral of the Madeleine present Charles Gounod’s Messe solennelle de Sainte-Cécile and W. A. Mozart's Te Deum during a concert in Salt Lake City on Sunday, May... Read more »
Elder D. Todd Christofferson is the second Mormon apostle to deliver speeches on religious freedoms at non-denominational gatherings in South America. Read more »
As the founder and director of Project Amal ou Salam, I have run workshops all over Turkey and Lebanon teaching religious tolerance. But could those lessons work in a refugee camp filled with... Read more »
To commemorate the 200th birthday of pioneer Howard Egan, there will be a jubilee celebration the weekend of June 11-13. Read more »
As some critics attack the concept of military chaplains as a church-state separation issue, the role of spiritual advisers in the field — a 240-year-old tradition — is evolving to meet... Read more »
The LDS Church’s outreach through LDS Charities and partnerships with organizations will be the topic of the Pioneers in Every Land lecture at the LDS Church History Library on May 14 at 7 p.m. Read more »
Elder Richard G. Scott is unable to attend meetings of the LDS Church's Quorum of the Twelve Apostles due to advanced age, the church announced Friday, but his colleague in the quorum, Elder L. Tom... Read more »
Since 1935, American Mothers, Inc. has been honoring motherhood by naming "Mother of the Year" and "Young Mother of the Year" from each state in the U.S. Read more »
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir is being featured in an upcoming movie titled “Singing with Angels.” Read more »
The Washington Post recruited Mormons, Sikhs and others to teach how they pray Read more »
Thousands of Nepalese dressed in white offered prayers and flowers at home and in temples Thursday in a Hindu ritual marking the end of a 13-day mourning period for those killed in the country's... Read more »
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When it comes to the people who represent us as Latter-day Saints (our interests, our relationships or our beliefs), we are all or nothing. Read more »
Defending the Faith: Did Book of Mormon witnesses simply see the golden plates with their 'spiritual eyes'?
Critics often declare that the witnesses to the Book of Mormon never claimed to have literally seen or hefted the plates. But those who thus seek to dismiss the testimony of the Eight Witnesses... Read more »
Violinist and YouTuber Lindsey Stirling recently received criticism on the dress she wore to the Billboard Music Awards. Stirling responded to the modesty comments she received on Instagram. Read more »
Lindsey Stirling, the classically trained violinist from Gilbert, Arizona, who attended BYU, served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and became famous by way of... Read more »
We all know "those" returned missionaries. The ones who came home early. The ones who were honorably released but didn't serve a full term. Whether it's one week or 17 months or 22 months, they can... Read more »
A Muslim, a Hindu and a Mormon sit down together on a plane. It sounds like the beginning of a bad religious joke, but this is just what happened to me recently on a flight from Minneapolis to... Read more »
When Julie and David Grygla leave their St. George home, they prepare to be met with stares and questions. As the parents of 14-month-old triplet boys and 1-month-old twin girls, David and Julie... Read more »
Cemeteries are important family history resources because headstones often include birth, marriage and death information. Projects, including ones through BillionGraves and Utah Division of State... Read more »
Unrealistic expectations and false assumptions mar many opinions about archaeology and the Book of Mormon. Here are brief notes on at least two of them. Read more »
Leaders from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints visited Nepal to offer support and love to the people. A new photo gallery from the India Mormon Newsroom website captures the... Read more »
In historical context, a recent Pew survey reveals that religion in America has little to fear from the secular or irreligious, but instead, what it does to itself. Read more »
Evangelist Franklin Graham has taken to Facebook to plead for prayers on behalf of each U.S. Supreme Court justices as they prepare to rule on gay marriage. Read more »
Safeties and special teams coach Morgan Scalley and graduate assistant and defensive tackles coach Sione Pouha, who played eight years in the NFL, offer an abbreviated, often-mobile religion class... Read more »
A lineup's worth of baseball players from one team will soon begin missionary service. Read more »
Over the past generation, no one has written more deeply and spoken more widely about the contours of American faith and spirituality than Phyllis Tickle. Read more »
This weekend marks the holy days of Pentecost and Shavuot, two of the most important holy days to Christians and Jews respectively. And both involve certain “gifts” that don’t... Read more »
President Obama was among worshippers Friday at a Washington, D.C., synagogue at an event to mark "Solidarity Sabbath," in which Jews and others around the world will stand against anti-Semitism. Read more »
Elder D. Todd Christofferson participates in temple dedication in Argentine city he labored in a half-century ago. Read more »
The Church in Argentina adds another chapter to its rich Latter-day Saint history with the dedication of the Cordoba Argentina Temple. Read more »
A new video on the Church history section of the Church's website recounts the fortitude in 1992 of Latter-day Saints who traveled 3,000 miles from their home in Manaus, Brazil, to the temple in... Read more »
The fifth episode in the "Happy Families" series by the Mormon Channel highlights the Davies family. Three children are biological and four were adopted, but they all belong as part of this "happy... Read more »
Jenna Kim Jones has found a way to be successful in the entertainment industry without compromising her values. Read more »
Users’ feedback over the past few years regarding LDS.org has been clear: resources are difficult to find, and the navigation could be more intuitive. New navigation menus will make things... Read more »
Miranda Wilson's deep study of World War II is part of her effort to value and ensure freedom. Read more »
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