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How to attend and watch the viewing and funeral for President Monson (Deseret News - Utah) (January 11, 2018)
Funeral services on Friday for President Thomas S. Monson will be open to the public, ages 8 and older. No tickets are required to attend the services in the Conference Center for the late president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

What to expect at viewing, funeral for Mormon leader Thomas S. Monson (Salt Lake Tribune - Utah) (January 11, 2018)
Thousands of mourners will pay their last respects to LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson on Thursday, solemnly filing past the 90-year-old Mormon leader’s casket. Church officials would not confirm specifics, but Monson, who died Jan. 2 at age 90 — one month shy of 10 years leading The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints — was expected to be in an open casket, clad in the simple white tie and white shirt of Mormon temple attire as he lies in repose inside the Conference Center in downtown Salt Lake City.

LDS Church leader wants missionaries to serve successful mission without interruption (LDS Church News) (January 11, 2018)
Citing the scriptural passage “Where there is no vision, the people perish” (Proverbs 29:18), Elder Brent H. Nielson on Monday, Jan. 8, unfolded a “vision of the work” of proclaiming the gospel. Elder Nielson, General Authority Seventy and executive director of the Missionary Department, delivered his address at the Provo Missionary Training Center during the opening session of the annual seminar for newly called missionary training center presidents and visitors’ center directors and companions.

NPR addresses the theological divide between Mormons and evangelicals (Deseret News - Utah) (January 11, 2018)
Mormons and evangelicals have long been aligned on political issues such as same-sex marriage, abortion and religious freedom. The two groups were also among President Trump's most dependable supporters. However, theological differences still cause tension between the two groups, National Public Radio reported Saturday.

The inevitability of Mitt Romney's next campaign (KSL - Utah) (January 11, 2018)
If Mitt Romney wants to become Utah's next senator, there's virtually nothing standing in the 2012 Republican presidential nominee's way. The former Massachusetts governor, who made Utah his official home in 2014, is expected to announce his Senate bid within a few weeks, according to several sources in Romney's orbit, giving him enough time to pursue the complex process to get on the Utah ballot.

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