Mormons and Catholics: An Alliance of Faith

catholic official with LDS leaders

On March 7, 2017, two LDS apostles welcomed a new Catholic bishop to Utah. Many people around the world, including some members of the LDS Church, have wondered what relationship Mormons have with the Catholic Church. Two LDS apostles, Elder M. Russell Ballard and Elder D. Todd Christofferon, along with… Continue reading

Faith: Unlocking the Door to Heaven’s Blessings

Faith is a principle that is hard to define. But when we understand what it is and what it does, we can better trust in God’s plan for us. It’s hard to wait for anything as millennials. We are so used to instant gratification that when we have to wait for something—like… Continue reading

Emmeline B. Wells: Women’s Rights Pioneer

From her involvement in the suffrage movement to her triumph over personal tragedies, Emmeline B. Wells stands as a role model for young women. Women’s rights activist, suffrage leader, general president of the Relief Society, wife, mother—these are just a few of the titles that Emmeline B. Wells (1828–1921) acquired… Continue reading

Forgotten Commandments in a Changing World

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Elder L. Tom Perry warns us not to ignore six of the Ten Commandments. It’s easy for most of us to avoid murdering, stealing, and lying and to obey our parents. But we often neglect six of the other commandments. In a video featured on the Mormon Newsroom website, Elder… Continue reading

Visitors Welcome: Mormon Sunday Service 101

What do Mormons do at church? Latter-day Saint sacrament meetings allow visitors to worship in powerful yet comfortable ways. Most Latter-day Saint meetinghouses have a sign in front engraved with the words “visitors welcome.” But visiting somewhere new can be awkward, especially when it comes to religion. MormonNewsroom.org has published… Continue reading