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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.