The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced the curriculum that members of the Church will be following during the 2018 year.
The Church issued the following statement on December 8 of 2017 in the afternoon regarding the state of the terrible fires in California.
For 2018, the priesthood and women's sessions of the General Conference of the LDS will be consolidated. Follow the link to read this change.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints published the following statement about Hurricane Irma on Wednesday 6 of September of 2017:
The next official bulletin, sent by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, provides information on the state of the Houston LDS temple and on the help of the Church.
Original article by Camille West, deseretnews.com, the 25 of August of 2017 Spanish translation by Juan Pablo Marichal Catalan. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced changes for the meetings ...
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has issued a statement expressing its opinion on the terrorist attacks in Manchester.
At the Sunday session of the April General Conference of 2017, President Thomas S. Monson, president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, announced the construction ...
The 6 of April of 2017, on the anniversary of the Church, the First Presidency issued an important statement about the state of the homeless
All of us who have gone on a mission know how rigid and strict the missionary schedule was. Get up at six in the morning, study one hour in a personal way, one for companionships, take ...
The president of The Church of Jesus Christ LDS clearly explains that Mormons do not practice polygamy or plural marriage and explains why Mormons should not be confused with other movements that do.
An armed man killed at least 53 people and wounded at least other 53 more in a nightclub frequented by the LGBT community in the early hours of Sunday 12 of ...
Spanish translation of the interview with Elder D. Todd Christofferson about changes to the manual and position of the Church in relation to same-sex marriage and their children.
A letter from the First Presidency encourages members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to support refugees.
In a video interview, Elder D. Todd Christofferson reaffirmed the church's position on marriage and explained the changes to the Church Handbook that affect same-sex couples and their children.