This week in Mormon Land: President Nelson’s world tour, the status of the faith’s #MeToo movement, and funeral potatoes in the spotlight

By The Salt Lake Tribune 1d ago

‘Mormon Land’: Apologies and forgiveness in this #MeToo moment for the LDS Church and its members

By The Salt Lake Tribune 2d ago

High price of real estate poses real obstacles for Utah churches seeking to relocate

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson 3d ago

Utah is the only state where Republican officials haven’t engaged in anti-Muslim rhetoric, report finds

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens 3d ago

A spiritual reason Utah tribes want to protect Bears Ears: It’s their Eden and plays into their stories of the creation

Bob Mims By Bob Mims 4d ago

Kirby: Yes, I sold weed out of my Mormon church library … but let me explain

Robert Kirby By Robert Kirby 6d ago

Mormon leader cuts trip short to Holy Land after missile attack on Syria by U.S., allies

Peggy Fletcher Stack By Peggy Fletcher Stack April 14

New Mormon prophet kicks off historic global tour with this message from London: Turbulent world needs the God of peace

Bob Mims By Bob Mims April 13

‘Mormon Land’: Researcher explores LDS growth — or, in some cases, the lack of it — in nations Nelson is visiting on his world tour

By The Salt Lake Tribune April 13

Gehrke: LDS Church’s stance on medical marijuana doesn’t make sense. Why is it OK for a Nevada Mormon but not a Utah Mormon?

Robert Gehrke By Robert Gehrke April 12

Navajo Nation judge weighs jurisdiction of sexual abuse lawsuits against Mormon church

By The Associated Press April 11

The Mormon church signals opposition to a Utah medical marijuana ballot initiative, an item most voters have supported

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth April 10

Mormon church to celebrate end to ban on blacks entering the priesthood

Peggy Fletcher Stack By Peggy Fletcher Stack April 9

LDS prophet poised to launch global tour Tuesday after making historic changes to help boost international Mormonism

Peggy Fletcher Stack By Peggy Fletcher Stack April 9

Restored Buddha on 9th shrine reopens two months after vandalism

By The Salt Lake Tribune April 8

Kirby: When a church leader falls, it shouldn’t shake your faith unless you had your faith misplaced to begin with

Robert Kirby By Robert Kirby April 8

‘Mormon Land’: Is Nelson done making big changes? Historian looks back at a monumental General Conference and what it means for the LDS Church now and in the future

By The Salt Lake Tribune April 6

Woman accusing Missionary Training Center president of rape wants justice — and policy changes in the LDS Church

Jessica Miller By Jessica Miller April 5

Woman sues the LDS Church, says she was raped by Missionary Training Center president

Nate Carlisle By Nate Carlisle April 4

A woman was shocked to see her name in a Mormon church-compiled dossier — which she says was designed to discredit her birth mother

Peggy Fletcher Stack By Peggy Fletcher Stack April 3

Commentary: Mormon apostle needs to clarify his remarks about ‘nonconsensual immorality,’ because even unintended words can do harm

By Emily Jensen | Religion News Service April 3

Russia, India, Nicaragua to get their first Mormon temples; Utah to get its 19th

Pamela Manson By Pamela Manson , david noyce April 1

No more Mormon home and visiting teaching — outreach will be a ‘holier’ ministering

Peggy Fletcher Stack By Peggy Fletcher Stack April 1

In an overture to #MeToo, Mormon apostle condemns ‘nonconsensual immorality’

Scott D. Pierce By Scott D. Pierce , david noyce, peggy fletcher stack, April 1