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Many of religiously unaffiliated still have 'deep spiritual sense,' study shows

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“I think what you have is a phenomenon of seekers.” A Pew study sheds more light on the...

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Where to worship on Ash Wednesday in Ogden, Layton areas

Ash Wednesday signifies the beginning of Lent, which is observed in the 40 weekdays before Easter. 


News

Senate leader: Utah medical pot plan may not be dead

SALT LAKE CITY — The president of the Utah state Senate says a bill allowing the medical use of edible pot products may not be dead on arrival just because the Mormon church opposes it. Sen. Wayne Niederhauser, R-Sandy, told reporters Monday that he has concerns about the plan but can’t...


Government

Mormon church opposes one of two Utah medical marijuana bills

The Mormon church opposes a bill that would allow Utah residents with certain medical conditions to consume edible pot products.


Faith

Local churches learn about mediation as court alternative to resolve disputes

A Utah group is helping spread the word about mediation through local church congregations.


Faith

LDS Church announces early missionary database at RootsTech

The database should help both family history and church history work.


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Many of religiously unaffiliated still have 'deep spiritual sense,' study shows

“I think what you have is a phenomenon of seekers.” A Pew study sheds more light on the spirituality vs. religion discussion.


Faith

Unverified Mormon LGBT youth suicides prompt response from LDS Church

SALT LAKE CITY — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints responded to an unverified report of suicides by Mormon LGBT youth Thursday. The Deseret News reports that Wendy Montgomery, a co-founder of the Mama Dragons group of Mormon mothers with gay children, said she was told 32...


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Want to tour the Provo City Center Temple? Tickets are still available.

Tickets are still available to tour the LDS Provo City Center Temple through March 5, 2016.


Faith

Louie Wells' doomed scandal with John Q. Cannon roiled 1886 Salt Lake City

I’m haunted by a ragged PDF-copied photograph, courtesy of the Utah State Historical Society, of Louisa “Louie” Wells, who 130 years ago was a princess in Mormon Salt Lake City. The poor quality of the reproduced photo does not hide that she was a beautiful young woman....


Entertainment

Search for family history at RootsTech, coming to the Salt Palace Feb. 3-6

SALT LAKE CITY – If you have the least bit of interest in any facet of family history, you may want to get down to the Salt Palace in Salt Lake City Wednesday-Saturday Feb. 3-6 for RootsTech, the largest family history conference in the world. This is the fifth year for the conference...


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