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  • Gordon B. Hinckley, 97; led Mormons' rapid growth

    Gordon B. Hinckley, 97; led Mormons' rapid growth
    Gordon B. Hinckley, the elderly but indefatigable Mormon leader who guided the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints into the 21st century by building more temples, traveling more miles and moving Mormonism closer to the religious mainstream than...
  • Mormon apologists: Book your flight to Sandy, Utah

     
    The Foundation for Apologetic Information & Research, an organization dedicated to providing well-documented answers to criticisms of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints doctrine, belief and practice, will hold its annual conference...
  • 'South Park' creators' musical comedy 'Book of Mormon' gets Broadway dates

     
    Fans of "South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have a lot to look forward to in 2011. The 15th season of their hit Comedy Central series is scheduled to begin in the spring. And in a bit of......
  • Julian Crews explores Nauvoo

    Julian Crews explores Nauvoo
    The majestic Nauvoo Temple on the western edge of Illinois attracts visitors from all over the world. For followers of the Mormon faith, it's sacred ground. But the beautiful river town of Nauvoo has a turbulent past. Mormon founder Joseph Smith and his...
  • Cradle of Mormonism

    On the western edge of the Illinois prairie in a bend of the Mississippi River once stood a city of celestial light. The Mormons called it Nauvoo, old Hebrew for "beautiful place." It's hard to believe this peaceful town of 1,100 was at one time not only...
  • Our Mississippi

    You'd think it would be easy to say where a river begins and ends. Just listen: The Mississippi rises in Minnesota's Lake Itasca and empties 2,350 miles to the south in the Gulf of Mexico. It sounds so authoritative, so final. But--and I've said this many...