To mark the 100th episode of our “Mormon Land” podcast, an expert panel discussed how a 95-year-old leader is reshaping The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, overhauling prominent policies and sacred ceremonies, loosening some rules while tightening others, even changing how people refer to the religion.

Just Wednesday, he announced a step toward gender equity in the faith, allowing girls and women to act as official witnesses at baptisms and temple sealings.

The guest panel included: