- Oldest Mormon apostle L. Tom Perry released from hospital after having trouble breathing (Salt Lake Tribune - Utah)
LDS apostle L. Tom Perry — who, at 92, is the oldest Mormon apostle and second in line for the faith's presidency — was hospitalized briefly Wednesday after having trouble breathing.
- Elder Andersen dedicates new institute building at ASU Polytechnic Campus (LDS Church News)
Urging students to make it welcome to all, Elder Neil L. Andersen of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles dedicated a new institute building April 19 at the Arizona State University Polytechnic Campus in Mesa.
- Elder Steven E. Snow to Speak at BYU's April 23 Commencement Exercises (BYU news release)
Elder Steven E. Snow, a member of the First Quorum of the Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is scheduled to be the presiding authority and speaker during Brigham Young University’s Commencement Exercises on Thursday, April 23, at 4 p.m., in the Marriott Center. BYU President Kevin J Worthen will conduct the exercises.
- Five Generations of FHE: Members Share Memorable FHE Stories (Church News)
Since President Joseph F. Smith introduced family home evening in the Church 100 years ago this month, it has influenced at least five generations of Latter-day Saints, a fact that is demonstrated in the extended family of Carmen Houmand of Sandy, Utah, and her daughter, Catherine Gardner of Oak City, Utah.
- BYU's basketball roster undergoing major overhaul (Deseret News - Utah)
When BYU opened the 2014-15 season last November, it had 17 eligible players on the roster.
But when the Cougars tip off the 2015-16 campaign, the roster will look much different as nine of those players have since left the program.
- Trib Talk: Mormonism of the future (Salt Lake Tribune - Utah)
How does a global faith negotiate cultural and sociological pressures while retaining its distinctive religious appeal? That's a question Mormon sociologist and author Armand Mauss recently explored in an address at Utah State University.
- Changing Times, Changing Attitudes Among Mormon Women (Nevada Public Radio)
In an open discussion held in the heartland of the religion last week, female members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints talked about issues important to them. As one might guess – equality was a common theme.