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mormonThanks for visiting the Rome, Mormon Temple website. This is not an official Church website. The official Church website is www.lds.org. This website is created by the More Good Foundation, a non-profit whose focus is to provide accurate information about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints online, and to follow Elder Ballard’s counsel to everyday members of the Church to use the New Media to share, in clear terms, the message of the Restoration. We hope to provide all visitors to our site with an understanding of how we, as ordinary members, view God’s temples–from ancient to modern–and the reasons He has asked us to continue to build temples worldwide. We hope to dispel the myth that Mormons are secretive about temples. On the contrary, we would like everyone to participate in the ordinances and instruction that occur in Houses of the Lord. Entrance, however, has its requirements set by the Lord. Read More About This Site.

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Mormon Temple Endowment

By Doris The Mormon Temple Endowment is the main... 

Rome Italy Mormon Temple Construction Continues
Rome Italy Mormon Temple Construction Continues

By Doris Construction is continuing on the Rome... 

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Rome Mormon Temple

Rome Italy Temple Announced
Rome Italy Temple Announced

The Rome Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon temple) is the 12th European temple to be erected.  Its coming was announced during the opening session of the 178th Semiannual General Conference of the Church by Thomas S. Monson, prophet and President. There... [Read more on this topic]

Mormon Church Officially Recognized in Italy
Mormon Church Officially Recognized in Italy

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (often misnamed the “Mormon Church”) has reached a milestone in Italy. For decades, it has sought status with the Italian government. A small victory was achieved in 1993, when the government finally recognized the “Mormon Church”... [Read more on this topic]

Rome Mormon Temple Groundbreaking
Rome Mormon Temple Groundbreaking

On an historic day and in a monumental city, a new temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints began in Rome, Italy, on October 23, 2010. Thomas S. Monson, president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, along with Church and local community leaders, participated... [Read more on this topic]

Photographs of the Rome Temple Site
Photographs of the Rome Temple Site

Rome Temple Land   Rome, Italy Temple Site   Rome   Rome, Italy Temple Area   Future Rome   Rome On Sunday, July 10, a letter from the Rome Italy Stake Presidency was read in area sacrament meetings announcing that construction of the temple had officially begun.... [Read more on this topic]

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