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  • ...ral Library of the Philadelphia Free Library and the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul. ==Significant Events in Mormon Church History in Pennsylvania==
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  • ...from God. Most of these revelations are found in two other books of modern-day scripture: The [[Doctrine and Covenants]] and The [[Pearl of Great Price]]. ...venants]] is a standard work of the [[Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]]. Its main purpose is to instruct members and leaders about how the Mormon
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  • ...eph Smith]], the first Prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (inadvertently referred to as the “Mormon” Church by the media and othe ...s (1886 and 1910) and the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (1885) as a means of refuting “the theory of some critics that it had ser
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  • ...is a member of [http://Mormon.org The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]. ...o receive his master’s and PhD in ancient history from the University of Pennsylvania.
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  • ...the history of [http://Mormon.org The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]. For over fifty years he bought land and historical artifacts long before ...ern States for [http://Mormon.org The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints], where he developed a deep love for the Prophet Joseph Smith and the [[Boo
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  • ...Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]] took place (near [[Harmony, Pennsylvania]]).
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  • Ottinger was born in 1833 in Springfield Township, Pennsylvania, and raised in New York City by his uncle. He joined the crew of a whaling ...the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. He painted miniatures in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, for two years. His next move was to Kentucky where he tinted photographs a
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  • ...m,''' the efforts of members of [[The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]], has been noted and lauded in the press and in various studies. Because ...living across the United States. The study found that active Latter-day Saints "volunteer and donate significantly more than the average American and are
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  • ...were an early break-off sect from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, often mistakenly called the Mormon Church. ...Sidney Rigdon and [[Brigham Young]] both addressed a company of Latter-day Saints mourning their lost prophet. A miracle occurred, and it seemed to the membe
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  • ...rum of the Twelve Apostles]] of [[The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]] (LDS Church) from 1849 to 1888. Snow was also a leading figure in [[Mormo ...ost of the time the Church was based in Kirtland on missions, primarily in Pennsylvania. He later served a mission to [[Salem, Massachusetts]], where he baptized
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  • ...um of the Twelve Apostles]] of [[The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]] (Mormon Church) from [[April 9]], [[1906]] until his death. ...he 1985 edition of the [[Hymns of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (1985 book)|LDS Church hymnal]]. His historical works, although detailed,
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  • ...am in drinking a small amount of wine. Brother Haymond refused. The next day he won both his events, but Cornell University beat his team overall, becau [[Category:American Latter-day Saints]]
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  • [[The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]] has translated the Book of Mormon into tens of languages. In 2011, when ...eph Smith’s work on translating the Book of Mormon was done in Harmony, Pennsylvania. The complete span of time between the beginning of the translation effort
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  • ...fessor, he is also widely known as a popular fiction writer for Latter-day Saints, particularly for his novel ''Charly'', which was also made into a movie. ...nnsylvania for [http://Mormon.org The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints], he earned his PhD in physics from [[Brigham Young University]].
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  • ...Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on the Susquehanna River in northeastern Pennsylvania.
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  • ...nt of [[Waterloo Capital Management]]. At that point he was living in the Pennsylvania suburbs of Philadelphia. [[Category:Pennsylvania Latter Day Saints]]
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  • ...ates could not be from the same state. Joseph sent Sidney on a mission to Pennsylvania to establish residency there, but shortly thereafter, Joseph was [[Martyrdo ...Ether Moroni Furnier for The Church of Jesus Christ, based in Monongahela, Pennsylvania. Cooper’s grandfather Thurman Sylvester Furnier served as an apostle for
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  • [[The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]] currently has 155 temples in operation around the world and 22 announced * Pennsylvania: (1 temple)
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  • ...hiladelphia; Belmont County, Ohio; Jefferson County, Ohio; Chester County, Pennsylvania; and back to Delaware. ...cquainted with [http://Mormon.org The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints] or when he was baptized is unknown, but he quickly gained the Prophet’s
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  • '''Vai Sikahema''', a member of [[The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]], was an American professional football player and then a sportscaster. S ...in the first round) and donated his winnings to charity. Sikahema lives in Pennsylvania with his wife, Keala, and their four children.
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