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Mormon women's leader speaks at European Parliament conference (LDS Newsroom) (November 13, 2017)
The general president of the women’s organisation of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints spoke at the European Parliament in Brussels on Thursday, 9 November 2017. Sister Jean B. Bingham addressed an audience of scholars and dignitaries at the “Women in Faith: A Freedom of religion or belief perspective” conference.

Improve the lives of women and watch the world improve as well, says top female Mormon leader (Salt Lake Tribune - Utah) (November 13, 2017)
Want to make the world a better place? Then empower women, says Mormonism’s top female leader, and it will happen. “If all individuals understood that the world improves when the situation of women improves, there would be far less heartache,” Jean B. Bingham, general president of the LDS Church’s all-female Relief Society, told a crowd of scholars and dignitaries Thursday at the European Parliament in Brussels.

New York Attorney General: Religious Freedom for One is Freedom for All (LDS Newsroom) (November 13, 2017)
It’s no small thing when New York’s leading law enforcement official speaks in defense of religious freedom — and not just as a special freedom for a chosen few, but a generous freedom that blesses everyone.

New directors to serve at visitors' centers in Hawaii, Mexico, Hyde Park and elsewhere (Deseret News - Utah) (November 13, 2017)
Seven new visitors’ center and historic site directors and their wives have been called. They will begin their service in January of 2018.

New mission presidents to preside over Temple Square, Nauvoo missions (Deseret News - Utah) (November 13, 2017)
Two new mission presidents and their wives have been called. They will begin their service in January of 2018. Craig George Fisher, 67, and Julia Walker Fisher, five children, Morgan 6th Ward, Morgan Utah West Stake: Utah Salt Lake City Temple Square Mission, succeeding President Brad K. Risenmay and Sister Elaine Risenmay. Brother Fisher serves as a temple sealer and area director of youth correctional facilities and is a former Area Seventy, president of the Montana Billings Mission, bishop and missionary in the Southwest Indian Mission. Born in Ogden, Utah, to Marvin G. Fisher and Georganna Bates Fisher.

Acclaimed artist’s social commentary now adorns walls of Mormon museum (Salt Lake Tribune - Utah) (November 13, 2017)
Peer deeply into Mormon artist Joseph Paul Vorst’s paintings, sketches or linoleum cut prints and you will see the gaunt, desperate, ragged, working poor of his Depression-era generation. But there is something more that transcends that initial, visceral vision. There is, triumphantly, hope born of a subtly displayed faith in God and his fellow humans.

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