Pope visits Milan housing project; urges compassion for poor
Pope Francis focused his one-day visit Saturday to the wealthy northern Italian city of Milan on those marginalized by society, visiting families in a housing project and exhorting clergy and nuns to minister to the peripheries.
Wounds still healing, LDS missionaries share lessons a year after Brussels bombing
Special report: Four Mormon missionaries injured by terrorist bombs are moving ahead with their lives as their bodies heal and their minds process a blast that changed them forever.
Picturing history: San Juan Hill, San Juan County
To overcome the obstacle of Comb Ridge, the Hole-in-the-Rock pioneers labored on a steep and challenging road they could ascend to get on the other side of the ridge. They called this site San Juan Hill.
What started out as a BYU devotional talk has become a new book on 'grace' for author Brad Wilcox (+video)
What started out almost six years ago as a BYU devotional speech on the topic of "the Lord's grace" has become a new book by author Brad Wilcox titled "Changed through His Grace."
A.M. notes: LDS missionaries reflect on Brussels, RSL to play Manchester United, SCOTUS pick faces questions
Want to get ahead of the news to start your day? Here's a look at the top world, national, Utah and trending news for March 22.
The Clean Cut: 'Eating Twinkies with God'
“Now where are you off to?” a mother asks her son as he packs his lunch. “To find God,” he replies. This heartwarming video of a young boy’s journey to find God reminds us that God is found in small acts of kindness.
Video: Adorable 3-year-old steals Pope Francis' hat right off his head
According to The Huffington Post, young Estella, 3, met the pope Wednesday morning and went to swipe his cap. Here's what happened next.
Princeton Theological Seminary reverses decision to honor Redeemer’s Tim Keller
Faced with mounting criticism for its decision to give a major award to the Rev. Tim Keller, founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, Princeton Theological Seminary has reversed course.
On World Water Day, African church leaders highlight shortages
As she drives her family’s donkeys to a new borehole at the base of the Uuni Hills in eastern Kenya, Eunice Wambua says the water it provides is much cleaner than what she used to get from a dam several miles away.
High art meets high-tech in Vatican 3D film about Raphael
He was a child prodigy who became one of the most famous artists in the world, and more than 6 million tourists come to see his work at the Vatican Museums every year.