@not fit in SGThis story is in the religion section. There is no
problem with that. I enjoy seeing others of my faith succeed. Obviously you were
curious because you read it too. And by the way, google Catholics in the
Olympics, and there is an entere web page devoted to Catholics competing in this
Fine example of 'us against the world'.
Why do we have to focus on "Mormon" athletes? Can't we move past
the religious dividing lines that seem to grip this state and obviously this
newspaper. This type of article is more appropriate in the Church News, not a
I loved the story about Andrew. What a great example to many and also I must
confess I can see my children ot at least I wish they can become like him in the
future. I'm from Mexico and my husband is from the U.S. So our children
have a dual citizenship as well. He is a great example of what the gospel can
bring to your life if you want to. Thanks for publishing this article.
Is Larson done in the swimming?
@no fit in SGNo. Nor do I really care. Ya know, if you
don't like news stories related to the LDS Church perhaps you out to try
reading another paper. One not owned by the LDS Church maybe. I don't
really care for the SL Trib, so you know what I did? I quit reading it.
Amazingly simple. Making simple changes in your life to reduce stress is quite
liberating really. Give it a try.
No Fit...this is a mormon church owned paper, catering to a majority mormon
community. Many of those reading the paper want to know. If you aren't
happy about it, then why read it? Especially the religion section? You can
always go to the SL Trib.And if you want to know if those other
religions are writing articles about their members, nothing is stopping you from
investigating. You seem to enjoy reading up and making comments about the
mormons. No reason you shouldn't do it for the others.
Does anyone know if the Methodists, Catholics, Lutherans, Hari Krishnas, Hindus,
Jews, Episcopalians, Muslims, etc. must always single out people being of a
certain "special" religion as the Mormon Culture does?