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President Boyd K. Packer Dies At Age 90

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Church Leaders Counsel Members After US Supreme Court Same-Sex Marriage Decision

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New Mission Leaders Arrive in Australia, Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu

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Canberra Latter-day Saint Turns 35, Does 35 Acts of Random Kindness

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Church Leaders Counsel Members After US Supreme Court Same-Sex Marriage Decision

The following letter from the Council of the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles is being read in Church meetings across the United States and Canada beginning Sunday, July 5.

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New Mission Leaders Arrive in Australia, Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu

New leaders of five missions for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints arrived in Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu and Australia this week. 

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Canberra Latter-day Saint Turns 35, Does 35 Acts of Random Kindness

Canberra mother of five, Elizabeth Kikkert, was featured in several newspapers over the weekend due to her birthday tradition of giving kind acts of service to people in her community instead of waiting for gifts from others.

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Church Receives Flag in Preparation for 175th Anniversary

State Liberal leader and Member for Dunstan, Steven Marshall, visited the Firle Stake Centre of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on 11 June to present a South Australian flag to local Latter-day Saint leader Mr Rainer Korte. The flag will be displayed at an event hosted by the Church on 8 August as Latter-day Saints and guests celebrate the 175th anniversary of the first missionary of the faith to arrive in Australia, William Barratt.

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Supreme Court Decision Will Not Alter Doctrine on Marriage

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints acknowledges that following today's ruling by the Supreme Court, same-sex marriages are now legal in the United States. The Court's decision does not alter the Lord's doctrine that marriage is a union between a man and a woman ordained by God. While showing respect for those who think differently, the Church will continue to teach and promote marriage between a man and a woman as a central part of our doctrine and practice.

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