Mormon Apostle Advocates Morality and Religious Freedom

Mormon Apostle Advocates Morality and Religious Freedom

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"In this so-called Mormon Moment, where there is more attention being paid to the Church and its members, we will need to be the best examples we can possibly be," writes Elder Quentin L. Cook in the latest edition of Latter-day Saint magazine, The Ensign.

Elder Cook, who is an apostle in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, continues:  "I challenge all of us to work with people of other faiths to improve the moral fabric of our communities, nations, and world and to protect religious freedom."

Read the full article, titled, 'Restoring Morality and Religious Freedom,' in the September edition of The Ensign.

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