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A confident woman addresses a congregation, illustrating the empowerment of Women in the Mormon Church.
Leadership

When Authority Wears a Skirt

What defines the authority of Latter-day Saint women? A blend of temple covenants and leadership roles, affirming their sacred power.”

A contemplative scene that symbolizes the deep bond and trust between a farmer and his chicken.
Tolerance

Lessons in Trust from a Crooked-Beaked Chicken

Honey the chicken’s bond with her owner reflects on human trust dynamics, emphasizing honesty, integrity, and emotional resilience as key factors.

Pope Francis with a crowd, symbolizing the goals of the Pope Francis Synod
Dialogue

Synod of the Times

Do Pope Francis’ reforms imperil Catholic teaching or update its delivery? This examination suggests various interpretations, underscoring tensions between flexibility and tradition that a synod may highlight but only a pontiff can resolve.

A religious conversation symbolizing differing perspectives on church hierarchy
Dialogue

What Latter-day Saints Can Learn from the Catholic Synod

The Catholic Synod serves as a case study on hierarchical versus distributed authority. Latter-day Saints face similar debates, observing how inclusion and transparency can either strengthen or compromise a religious institution.

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