Time Magazine – The Mormon Mitt

Time Magazine – The Mormon Mitt Cover Time magazine takes an in-depth look at “The Mormon in Mitt” this week in a 2,800-word story that attempts to explore how growing up as an active, practicing, believing...

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Mormons Rock!

NewsWeek – They’ve conquered Broadway, talk radio, the U.S. Senate-and they may win the White House. Why Mitt Romney and 6 million Mormons have the secret to success.

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Newsweek – Solid Strong True

As current prophet of the LDS Church, Gordon B. Hinckley, 95, guides the religion that Joseph Smith established 175 years ago. Recently he talked with NEWSWEEK’s Elise Soukup and Jon Meacham about the experience of “revelation,” Smith’s legacy and the appeal of the church.

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Newsweek – Mormon Odyssey

A young man’s vision gave rise to the Mormon Church – Joseph Smith founded a booming faith that’s confronting its past as it looks to the future

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U.S. News – The Mormon Way

Is this the Olympics or the Mo-lympics? That’s the question of the hour in Salt Lake City, epicenter of the booming but oft-misunderstood Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, also known as the lds or Mormon church.

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Newsweek – A Mormon Moment

Mention “Mormons” and you think immediately of clean-cut missionaries, uniformed like ushers in white shirts and dark suits, canvassing for converts two by two through the neighborhoods of the world. Once a hated, hunted Utah sect, the Mormons are now a global church worth an estimated $25 billion and claiming 11 million members, a slight majority of them living outside the United States.

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