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Largest virtual Hallelujah Chorus

More than 2000 voices are joined with the 360 strong Mormon Tabernacle Choir to electronically create the largest virtual choral rendition of the Hallelujah Chorus from Handel’s Messiah. Recorded in the historic Salt Lake Tabernacle on Temple Square in downtown Salt Lake City UT.

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The Latter-day Saint Apostle vs the Rowan County KY Clerk

Dallin H Oaks was invited to speak on 20 OCT at the 2nd Annual Sacramento Court/Clergy Conference held at Congregation B’nai Israel in Sacramento CA. During his presentation he never mentioned Kim Davis by name, but there was no question about whom he spoke regarding the behavior of public officials;

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Feminists and feminist thought in the Mormon Church

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has a surprisingly deep history of feminist thought, which Dr. Joanna Brooks talks about in an interview with The Huffington Post’s Spirituality and Religion editor. Dr. Brooks and her co-editors have an upcoming anthology, Mormon Feminism Essential Writings, exploring the history of feminism in the Mormon Church.

Sadly, there is no transcript available, but Dr. Brooks has recently written an article for HuffPo covering much of the same

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