A thundering four-color press at a sprawling printing facility located in west Salt Lake City has been running hundreds of thousands of pages per hour, 24 hours a day, six days a week preparing the 2008 curriculum of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Once printed — in languages as diverse as Burmese, Spanish, Cambodian and English — the pages are collated and assembled by high-speed machines into books and manuals, as well as many other types of printed materials. To read the entire story about this fasciating process from the LDS Newsroom Web site, please click here.