2010 Deseret News Church Almanac

by Deseret News

Church almanac 2010

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624 pages of compiled facts and statistics arranged to tell the story of the history of the Church since its earliest days of Restoration to its expansion throughout the world.

Information includes:

  • Biographical details of each General Authority and auxiliary leader since the Church began, with either a photo or sketch.

  • A recap of the major news events of the Church year.

  • Membership statistics of every state in the U.S. and every country where the Church is established.

  • Details and photos of each of the 130 operating temples, including excerpts from each dedicatory prayer.

  • Detailed maps of each area of the Church with corresponding membership statistics.

  • Major events chronicled in each year since the Church's organization.

  • Two major historical sections document the growth of the Church in each state in the U.S. and in each country, making it possible to know something about the beginning of the church in each area.
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    Deseret News

    The DESERET NEWS (www.deseretnews.com) is the first news organization and the longest continuously-operating business in the state of Utah. Owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, The Deseret News offers news, information, commentary, and analysis from an award-winning and experienced team of reporters, editors, columnists, and bloggers. Its mission is to be a leading news brand for faith and family oriented audiences in Utah and around the world.

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    The complete almanac is back!
    By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

    Along with many others I was disappointed with the condensed 2009 almanac, with much of the content taken out. But it looks like Deseret News learned from their mistake and brought it all back for this edition. The individual country and state profiles are back, the list of stakes for every country and state is back, along with all the other regular content. Thank you for bringing back the complete almanac.

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