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Maquel Cooper is shown photographing a couple in a new commercial for "The Bachelor."

Did you see the Provo City Center Temple in a commercial for "The Bachelor" and think you must have been seeing things? Turns out you weren’t. You also weren’t dreaming when you saw a post by Heavy D from the “Diesel Brothers” about his LDS mission. These are just two of this week’s “Mormon Mentions.”

A contestant on this season of the “The Bachelor,” Maquel Cooper, is a photographer from Orem, Utah, and a new promo shows the 23-year-old taking photos of a couple outside of the Provo City Center Temple.

Meanwhile, Heavy D responded to a question he is frequently asked about how he learned to speak Spanish and Portuguese, which led him to reveal that he is an active Mormon.

BYU’s Vocal Point released a new music video of “I Stand All Amazed,” which includes many clips of the life of the Savior, Jesus Christ.

Sister Sharon Eubank participated in the #LightTheWorld initiative by sharing an experience she had last December following the loss of a friend.

Elder M. Russell Ballard, of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, speaks of life being “a trek back to Heavenly Father” in a new social media post.

We are all on a trek back to our Heavenly Father, though each of us is at a different point on the trail. Please welcome...

Posted by M. Russell Ballard on Sunday, December 10, 2017

President Henry B. Eyring’s feelings about dedicating the new Cedar City Utah Temple were shared on his Facebook page.