By Kent Larsen
New York Mormons Consoled By Conference
NEW YORK, NEW YORK -- The LDS Church's General Conference was consoling for
church members in New York City reports the Salt Lake Tribune. Members
filled both chapels in the Church's building at Lincoln Square, across from
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts to hear the Church's leadership in
Salt Lake City touch on the tragedy that affected many lives in the city.
Members found hope in President Hinckley's remarks in the Sunday morning
session. Judy Eggleston said, "It was nice to hear that he doesn't think
that this is the end," and long-time New York member Joanne Rowland heard in
his remarks that these events have touched the whole world. "I got a better
understanding from him that this isn't about New York," she said.
N.Y. Mormons Consoled By Conference Speakers
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By Peggy Fletcher Stack: Salt Lake Tribune