A reverent, serene ambience is part of the temple experience for Latter-day Saints who attend services in these sacred buildings. Creating that atmosphere is the work of an army of decorators, artists, artisans, craftsmen and specialists.

Henry Carsten, of Murray, is one of the foot soldiers, and his work has taken him to more than 70 temples — more, most likely, than many of the church's general authorities. On his list of all 126 operating temples, a yellow line marking those in which he has worked runs through the great majority.

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