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Women faith leaders meet in Wales to discuss faithful living (LDS Newsroom) (February 12, 2018)
Local and international women’s leaders from Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, and Christian communities gathered on February 9, 2018, in the Welsh city of Newport to engage in dialogue about ‘Living faithfully in an increasingly secular world’.

LDS women leaders participate in international conference (Daily Herald - Utah) (February 12, 2018)
Two top woman leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints — Sister Jean B. Bingham and Sister Joy D. Jones — began a 10-day trip to Europe by attending the World Women’s Interfaith Conference on Friday, Feb. 9, in Newport, Wales.

Billionaire, family man remembered at funeral for life of devoted service to others (LDS Church News) (February 12, 2018)
Within the university arena and in the vicinity of the cancer research hospital that each bear his name and legacy, billionaire industrialist, philanthropist and Church leader Jon Meade Hunstman was honored at a funeral service Saturday, Feb 10.

‘Beautifully multifaceted’: Jon Huntsman’s kids and Mormon leaders remember the Utah philanthropist who loved Elvis and chocolate ice cream (Salt Lake Tribune - Utah) (February 12, 2018)
Jennifer Huntsman Parkin had already spotted her dad walking around their neighborhood, exercising as Elvis Presley crooned through his headphones, so she knew what the knock at her door meant. When she opened it, he stood there grinning with a spoon in his hand.

Young Men general presidency: greater opportunities to serve in temple will lead to deeper conversion (LDS Church News) (February 12, 2018)
On Dec. 14, 2017, the First Presidency sent a letter to priesthood leaders. In it they announced that “under the direction of the temple presidency, ordained priests may be asked to officiate in baptisms for the dead, including performing baptisms and serving as witnesses.”

Rob Porter, and Mormonism's #MeToo Moment (CNN) (February 12, 2018)
Colbie Holderness says she met Rob Porter at a Mormon student congregation in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Lifelong Mormons, they married in the church in 2003. When Porter turned abusive and their marriage went bad, Holderness said, they turned to the church for guidance.

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