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CLIMB, verb intransitive1. To creep up by little and little, or step by step; to mount or ascend, by means…

Consider the origins of the word “profane”: Profane: late 14c., from L. profanare “to desecrate,” from profanus “unholy, not consecrated,” from pro fano “not admitted into…

An address on the Temple ceremony by President David O. McKay given Thursday, 25 September 1941, at 8:30am, Salt Lake Temple Annex (Manuscript in BYU Library Collections.)

I loved this quote from Jeffery Bradshaw’s talk at the 2014 Temple on Mount Zion Conference. I’ve been trying to…

“According to Keith Stepan (former Managing Director of Temple Construction), many LDS temples are thematic, making use of a single…