Pope Francis has created the Archdiocese of Las Vegas, which will include two nearby dioceses in addition to the Las Vegas Valley.
An autistic Jewish Clark High School student came home from school in mid-March with what appeared to be a swastika scratched into his back, according to the Israeli-American Council.
The survivors and descendants of survivors shared their personal stories in order to remember those who were lost in the Holocaust.
Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni says Francis, 86, does not have COVID-19, but requires several days of therapy.
The city of Henderson gave a proclamation to the Black Mountain Stake, one of the oldest LDS organizations in the city, for their 50th anniversary celebration and community service efforts.
If you’ve driven on Interstate 15 north of Charleston Boulevard or on Interstate 515 east of Las Vegas Boulevard recently, you may have noticed a bright pink billboard amid the earthy desert hues.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission says The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its investment arm will pay $5 million in fines.
There is a growing trend of people turning to ayahuasca to treat an array of health problems after conventional medications and therapy failed.
Pope Benedict XVI received the sacrament of the anointing of the sick on Wednesday, after his daily Mass.
Community leaders and residents gathered Wednesday night at the Clark County Government Center for the ceremony that included an appearance by the Dancing Dreidels.
The American Hindu Association has proposed building a Hindu temple near Berlin Avenue and Lisbon Street in a neighborhood designated as a Rural Neighborhood Protection Area.
The breach, which happened in March, was not made public until this month due to concerns from law enforcement authorities investigating the incident.
Construction on the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ temple in Las Vegas began in 1985.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released new details about the temple planned near Lone Mountain.
Jehovah’s Witnesses suspended door-knocking in the early days of the pandemic’s onset in the United States.