‘Mormon Land’: Why Latter-day Saint women are rushing to the temple and rejoicing in the latest changes

(Courtesy | The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) One of the sealing rooms in the Jordan River Temple in South Jordan.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints made historic changes last week to its temple ceremonies, drawing widespread attention and praise for its use of gender-equitable language.

Neylan McBaine, author of “Women at Church” and founder of the Mormon Women Project, joins this week’s podcast to discuss what these changes mean for women, men and the wider church — and why female Latter-day Saints are rushing to the faith’s temples and rejoicing in these newly reformed religious rites.

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| Courtesy Neylan McBaine