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  • ...temple.jpg|thumb|right|300px|alt=Boston Massachusetts Mormon Temple|Boston Massachusetts Mormon Temple]] The [[Boston Massachusetts Temple]] is the 100th operating temple of [[The Church of Jesus Christ of L
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  • ...l fastest growing church] in the world, though that applies only to growth in terms of internal percentage, not sheer numerical growth. Nevertheless, t ...sionary since 1830 and opened up the work in Armenia and Ukraine. Mormons in Tonga celebrated the 150th anniversary of the Church there.
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  • ...ended [[Brigham Young University]] where he was valedictorian of his class in 1971. He then went on to receive his MBA from Harvard and was named a Baker ...mon.net/ Mitt Romney] married his wife [[Ann Romney|Ann]], whom he had met in high school. They are still happily married. They have raised five sons tog
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  • ...scended upon him, and thus he was born of the Spirit, and became quickened in the inner man. And he heard a voice out of heaven, saying: Thou art baptiz ...sgression my eyes are opened, and in this life I shall have joy, and again in the flesh I shall see God (Moses 5:7-10).
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  • ...influential and important historical figures not just in Mormon, but also in American history. He is called the "American Moses" because of his leadersh ...revolutionary war veteran. After marrying Abigail, John Young settled in Massachusetts. The family moved to Vermont shortly before Brigham Young was born. The ni
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  • ...e of [[Joseph Smith, Jr.]]<ref>Mulder, William. "Mormonism and Literature" in Cracroft, Richard H. and Neal E. Lambert, ed. ''A Believing People: Literat ...to finance Spencer's education. That same year he entered Lenox Academy. In 1824, Spencer graduated with honors from [[Union College]] at Schenectady,
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  • ...ed and modified. We sincerely hope the following articles will be helpful in learning about the Church. [[Life in Mortality]]&nbsp;·
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  • ...ay Saints]] (LDS Church) from 1849 to 1888. Snow was also a leading figure in [[Mormon]] colonization of Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico. Snow joined the Church in Vermont in the early 1830s. One of the missionaries who taught him the [[restored gospel]] was [[Orson Pratt]]. His brother, [
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  • ...ries]] of [[The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]] (LDS Church) in Italy. ...y Saints|Latter-day Saint]] missionaries, read the ''[[Book of Mormon]]'' (in English), and was [[Baptism|baptized]] by George B. Wallace.
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  • ...to the traditional role of prophets recorded in the Old and New Testaments in the [[Bible]], he relied on [[Revelation|revelation]] from God for teaching ...ing more than blasphemy and contrary to their interpretation of the Bible. In the beginning, the main sticking point was Joseph's Smith's claim to revela
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  • ..._Pratt.JPG|frame|alt=Mormon Apostle Orson Pratt|Orson Pratt was an apostle in the early [[Mormon Church]].]] ...ed missions to Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Connecticut.
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  • ...ogspot.com/2013/10/philo-dibble-faithful-friend-of-prophet.html]. The four missionaries were [[Oliver Cowdery]], Ziba Peterson, Peter Whitmer Jr., and [[Parley P. ...he wrote the poem “The Happy Day at Last Has Come,” which is included in the 1985 [[Hymns of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (1985 b
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  • ...rt companies was caused by a series of missteps that cumulatively resulted in the suffering and death of many British and Scandinavian members of [http:/ ...e plains to the Salt Lake Valley. Those traveling by handcart were limited in what they could carry. Only 10 of the more than 350 emigrating companies tr
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  • ...revelations that he received from God. Most of these revelations are found in two other books of modern-day scripture: The [[Doctrine and Covenants]] and ...bout how the Mormon Church should be organized and directed in order to be in harmony with Christ's kingdom. It also contains many revelations about impo
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  • ...815. He met and married his first wife, Martha Johnson, in 1815, and lived in Philadelphia; Belmont County, Ohio; Jefferson County, Ohio; Chester County, ...a Byram in 1830 and they moved to a Shaker community in North Union, Ohio, in 1831. North Union was situated within fifteen miles of Kirtland, Ohio.
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  • ...Partridge was baptized on the 11th of December by the Prophet Joseph Smith in [[Fayette]], New York. ...n. There, Joseph Smith received a revelation referring to him. It is found in Doctrine and Covenants, Section 41:
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  • * [[Tom Holdman]]: Creator of stained glass, which appears in temples and buildings throughout the world. ...ilight" series ("Twilight", "New Moon", and "Eclipse"; next sequel due out in 2008.)
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  • ...n Warwick, Massachusetts. She attended school as a young girl and excelled in her studies. At the age of five, she was sent to a neighbor’s home on an ...ized a member of the Episcopal Church. She then went to live with a sister-in-law who taught her tailoring.
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