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Latter-day Saints Celebrate 35th Anniversary in Papua New Guinea

Church, Government, Business and Community Leaders Gather to Mark Milestone

Leaders and guests of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gathered in Port Moresby last night to mark the 35th anniversary of the creation of the first congregation of the Church in Papua New Guinea.

 
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Church Provides Context for Recent Media Coverage on Gospel Topics Pages

For many years the Church has had a reference section on its main website for various "gospel topics," listed in alphabetical order. Beginning in November of 2013 the Church began supplementing the material there by publishing in-depth essays on topics of special public interest, including accounts of Joseph Smith’s First Vision, the Book of Mormon translation process and many more (see complete list below).

 
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American Samoan Latter-day Saints Celebrate 'International Day of the Girl'

Women and girls from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints participated last month in an ‘International Day of the Girl’ celebration held at Veteran’s Memorial Stadium in Tafuna, American Samoa.  

 
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Kiribati Community Saves 100 Homes from Flooding

Volunteers from the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints joined with others recently to save a community from tidal flooding in Kiribati.

 
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Academic, faith and governmental leaders from around the world explored the connections between economic development and religious freedom at this week's G20 Interfaith Summit on Australia's Gold Coast.

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Tongan Students 'Grow and Learn'

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Church Provides Context for Recent Media Coverage on Gospel Topics Pages

Church Provides Context for Recent Media Coverage on Gospel Topics Pages

For many years the Church has had a reference section on its main website for various "gospel topics," listed in alphabetical order. Beginning in November of 2013 the Church began supplementing the material there by publishing in-depth essays on topics of special public interest, including accounts of Joseph Smith’s First Vision, the Book of Mormon translation process and many more (see complete list below).

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