The world watched last week as Russian troops invaded Ukraine. Caught in the crosshairs were more than 11,000 Ukrainian members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
In this special episode, Salt Lake Tribune journalists Chris Samuels and Tamarra Kemsley spoke with Latter-day Saints across Ukraine — and some fleeing the Eastern European nation — to learn about how, with the Kyiv Temple shut down, they were faring, as well as how their congregations have banded together before and after the bombs started to drop.
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