What is Mormonism/The LDS Church?
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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is often known informally as the LDS Church or Mormon Church. The first major religious group born in America and not derived from a colonial population, the LDS Church spread quickly with the migration of church members to Utah and surrounding states.
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