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The Ritual of Worship

By Jennie LaFortune

It was like clockwork. Every Sunday as I turned left and drove down the street to go to church, the couple would be walking up the street to attend their own ward. See, it’s Utah and sometimes there literally is a chapel on every corner. The first time I noticed them, my face relaxed with …

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No Respecter of Ornaments

By Leslie Graff

“Do we have to put them all up this year?,” my husband grumbles as he shuffles down a few trees and a dozen freezing cold boxes from the attic. “Yes, all of them!,” I assert, with some insistence. “In the Graff house we are no respecter of ornaments. It’s a matter of principle.” Everyone is welcome …

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