‘Mormon Land’: The loss of historic murals and the ‘live’ endowment through the tearful eyes of a Salt Lake Temple worker


On this week’s podcast, Exponent II blogger Jody England Hansen, who served as a volunteer ordinance worker in the Salt Lake Temple before it closed to undergo a four-year renovation, tearfully discusses the changes — how the live endowment and vivid murals enhanced the temple experience and what will be lost without them.


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  1. BETSY SHAFER says:

    The actual recitation of lines gave one something to stay awake for . . trying to figure out what the mistakes by the elderly folk putting on the performance were . . . — i haven’t been in a temple in many years, but the prospect of a sort of never-ending film loop seems unappealing . . . i call it the Technicolor Temple . . . to each his/her own, i guess . . . .

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