I don't believe we know (yet).
As soon as possible?
President Nelson says:
And some said it couldn’t be done, so why even try?
It was the Savior Himself who said, “For thus shall my church be called in the last days, even The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.”
So that's it: The Lord decreed that His Church will be called by ...
In the rhyme quoted:
Tid, Mid, Misera,
Carl, Paum, Good Pose-Day
the Carl, Paum and Good Pose-Day refer to the 5th Sunday in Lent (14 days before Easter), the 6th Sunday in lent(7 days before Easter) and Easter Day itself.
Carl Sunday or Carling Sunday is more commonly called Passion Sunday, the first day of the two-week season of Passiontide. It is ...
The Names of the Individual Sundays of Lent
According to the Extraordinary Form of the Mass, the Sundays of Lent are known as the following:
First Sunday of Lent: Quadragesima Sunday or Invocavit Sunday
Second Sunday of Lent: Reminiscere Sunday
Third Sunday of Lent: Oculi Sunday
Fourth Sunday of Lent: Laetare Sunday and/or Mothering Sunday (Some people ...
March 5th, 2019, the church issued this:
Websites: The Church’s official website will become
ChurchofJesusChrist.org. This change is effective today, March 5,
2019, when the domain name ChurchofJesusChrist.org begins pointing to
the LDS.org home page. In the coming months, the
ChurchofJesusChrist.org domain name will replace what were the
It is ok for Russian Church, historically some names, which we can find in ROC calendary, for example: Вѣра (Věra), Надѣжда (Naděžda), Любовь (Ljubovj), Боголѣпъ (Bogolěp), have an other view of their origin names, for those names they are Greek ones: Elpis, Pistis, Agapi, Theoprepios. At the time of Rus Baptial time the greek names yet used in their ...
Mormon Newsroom issued the following statement on 16 October 2018:
...Church websites and materials will be updated in coming weeks and months. President Nelson and other Church leaders understand that a change this significant requires careful consideration, coordination and planning. Newsroom, like other Church channels, is following the counsel of ...
Isaiah 14:12 actually says, "Heylel, son of Shachar", or "Shining One, son of the Morning". Although traditionally treated as the fall of Satan, the taunt is intended for the king of Babylon, as found in Isaiah 14:3. 14:12 is understood as Venus, whose light in the morning is overlooked by the Sun's brightness.
This question about Jesus and Satan being the ...
Lucifer is simply a Latin word for light-bringer, light-bearer, Morning Star, or Day Star. You can use any translation book or software (like Google) to look it up.
Lucifer is a description or adjective. It is not a name. Satan (Isa 14:12), the Angels (Job 38:7), and Jesus (Rev 2:28 and 22:16) were all called Morning Star.
The Bible clearly states that ...
For the Eastern Orthodox the Sundays of Lent are:
Sunday of Orthodoxy,
Sunday of St. Gregory Palamas,
Sunday of the Holy Cross,
Sunday of St. John Climacus, and
Sunday of St. Mary of Egypt.
Palm Sunday is considered part of Holy Week which is separate from Lent.
Great and Holy Pascha (Easter) (April 28, 2019)
And in preparation, the Sundays before ...
Is there a special name for the room where sacramental bread is made?
It is simply called a bakery room. The practice of having a separate bakery room for making hosts is common in both Orthodox and Catholic Churches. Hosts in the Catholic Church are generally made in Monasteries of female religious. I imagine the same holds true in Orthodox Churches.
Is there a Christian name of the Destroyer Angel?
No Christian Traditions have a Christian name for the Destroyer Angel named such in the texts of Sacred Scriptures.
The destroying angel is also commonly referred to as the angel of death. On numerous occasions, God used angelic beings— heavenly messengers of some kind—to bring judgment to sinners on earth. ...
Giving a name while doing circumcision?
Catholics celebrated the Feast of the Circumcision on January 1st up until Vatican II.
The Feast of the Circumcision of Christ is a Christian celebration of the circumcision of Jesus in accordance with Jewish tradition, eight days (according to the Semitic and southern European calculation of intervals of days) ...