CURITIBA, Brazil — What Robert T. Owens is experiencing today never was part of his imagination when he left Utah 51 years ago to serve as an LDS missionary in Brazil, so it can't be said his dream has come true. Never in his wildest dreams did he think he would see a temple standing in a city where there wasn't even a chapel.

Standing on the grounds of the Curitiba Brazil Temple, Elder Owens, back in Brazil as a missionary for the third time, served during the open house for the edifice that is to be dedicated June 1 by President Thomas S. Monson.

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