List of Latter Day Saint periodicals

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This article lists periodicals published primarily about institutions, people, or issues of the Latter Day Saint movement.

Early periodicals[edit]

The following began publication before Joseph Smith's death on June 27, 1844, after which several followers declared themselves his successor and split into various groups.

Title Operation Format Purpose Publisher Location Notes
The Evening and the Morning Star 1832–34 monthly newspaper Official organ of the Church W. W. Phelps Independence, Missouri Press destroyed in 1833. Oliver Cowdery resumed in Kirtland, Ohio.[1] Available online at Brigham Young University
Latter Day Saints' Messenger and Advocate 1834–37 monthly newspaper Official organ of the Church Oliver Cowdery, editor Kirtland, Ohio Replaced The Evening and the Morning Star. Later editors: John Whitmer, Warren A. Cowdery.[2] Available online at Centerplace.org
Elders' Journal 1837–38 monthly newspaper Official organ of the Church Don Carlos Smith, editor Kirtland, Ohio Two issues in Ohio and two more from Far West, Missouri. Available online courtesy of the LDS Church History Library at Archive.org
Times and Seasons 1839–46 monthly / semi-monthly newspaper Official organ of the Church Don Carlos Smith, editor Nauvoo, Illinois Later editors: Joseph Smith, Jr., John Taylor and Willard Richards. Available online at Brigham Young University
The Latter-day Saints’ Millennial Star 1840–1970 monthly / semi-monthly / weekly newspaper Official British LDS periodical British Mission Manchester, England Replaced by the Ensign in 1970. Issues published between 1840–1900 available online at Brigham Young University, issues published between 1901–70 available online at Archive.org
The Gospel Reflector 1841 semi-monthly Independent LDS religious messages Benjamin Winchester, editor Philadelphia Available online at Signature Books Library
The Wasp 1842–43 weekly newspaper Pro-LDS news William Smith Nauvoo, Illinois Also referred to as Nauvoo Wasp. Replaced by Nauvoo Neighbor.
Nauvoo Neighbor 1843–45 weekly newspaper Pro-LDS news John Taylor Nauvoo, Illinois Replaced The Wasp. Became Hancock Eagle under Dr. W. E. Matlack in 1845, then Nauvoo New Citizen under Samuel Slocum in 1846. Available online at Book of Abraham Project
Gospel Light 1843–44 occasional newspaper Defense of LDS doctrine John E. Page Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Replaced by People's Organ. Available online at Signature Books Library
The Prophet 1844–45 weekly newspaper Official organ of the Church[3] Parley P. Pratt New York City First edited by George T. Leach, then William Smith, then Samuel Brannan. Replaced by the New-York Messenger during 1845.[4] Available online at Signature Books Library
The New-York Messenger 1845 weekly newspaper Official organ of the Church[3] Parley P. Pratt New York City Edited by Samuel Brannan. Successor to The Prophet during 1845.[4] Available online at Signature Books Library
People's Organ 1844 biweekly newspaper LDS-oriented doctrine and news John E. Page Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Replaced Gospel Light. Available online at Signature Books Library

LDS Church[edit]

Compared with other sects in the Latter Day Saint movement, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) is by far the largest and has published the most.

Official[edit]

The following were published by the LDS Church or one of its auxiliaries, and are considered official church publications.

Title Operation Format Purpose Publisher Location Notes
Young Woman's Journal 1897–1929 monthly LDS young women YLMIA Salt Lake City, Utah Absorbed into Improvement Era. Available online at Brigham Young University
Improvement Era 1897–1970 monthly magazine Official LDS Church magazine LDS Church Salt Lake City, Utah Replaced The Contributor. Replaced by the New Era and the Ensign. Available online courtesy of the LDS Church History Library at Archive.org
Mutual Improvement Messenger 1897–1931  ?? Bulletin for M.I.A. of Salt Lake City. LDS Church Salt Lake City, Utah
Conference Report 1897–current semi-annual report Transcripts of the proceedings of LDS Church General Conferences LDS Church Salt Lake City, Utah Published by Deseret News until 1965.[5] Available online courtesy of the LDS Church History Library at Archive.org
Juvenile Instructor 1901–29 monthly LDS youth Deseret Sunday School Union Salt Lake City, Utah Sunday School organization took over from George Q. Cannon. Replaced by The Instructor. Available online courtesy of the LDS Church History Library at Archive.org
The Children's Friend 1902–70 monthly magazine Official Primary children's magazine Primary Association Salt Lake City, Utah Replaced by The Friend
Relief Society Magazine 1915–70 monthly magazine Official organ of the Relief Society Relief Society Salt Lake City, Utah Replaced the Woman's Exponent. Replaced by the Ensign. Available online courtesy of Brigham Young University at Archive.org
The Instructor 1930–70 monthly magazine Official Sunday School periodical Deseret Sunday School Union Salt Lake City, Utah Replaced the Juvenile Instructor. Replaced by the Ensign and the New Era. Available online courtesy of the LDS Church History Library at Archive.org
Ensign 1971–current monthly magazine Official LDS Church magazine LDS Church Salt Lake City, Utah Replaced several LDS periodicals. Current and back issues available online at LDS.org
New Era 1971–current monthly magazine Official LDS Church youth magazine LDS Church Salt Lake City, Utah With the Ensign, replaced the Improvement Era. Current and back issues available online at LDS.org
The Friend 1971–current monthly magazine Official LDS Church children's magazine LDS Church Salt Lake City, Utah Replaced The Children's Friend Current and back issues available online at LDS.org
Liahona 1977–current annual-monthly magazine Official LDS Church international magazine LDS Church Salt Lake City, Utah Originally entitled Tambuli' until 1995. Available in many languages. Current and back issues available online at LDS.org

Affiliated[edit]

The following were published under the sponsorship of the LDS Church or a Church-owned institution or informally adopted by a church auxiliary, but are not considered official church publications.

Title Operation Format Purpose Publisher Location Notes
The Frontier Guardian 1849–52 biweekly newspaper Pro-LDS news Orson Hyde Kanesville, Iowa Was the LDS Church's only periodical in the U.S. for over a year.
Deseret News 1850–current weekly / semi-weekly / daily newspaper Voice of the State of Deseret Deseret News Publishing Company Salt Lake City, Utah Other names include Deseret Evening News and Deseret Morning News. Available online for years 1850–1910 at the University of Utah Digital Newspapers Collection
Deseret Almanac 1851–66 annual almanac General almanac with LDS religious and cultural articles W. W. Phelps Salt Lake City, Utah Entitled Almanac from 1859–1864. Available online at Signature Books Library
The Seer 1853–54 monthly magazine Periodical defending the LDS Church Orson Pratt Washington, D.C. Available online at Brigham Young University
Zion's Watchman 1853–56[6] monthly Augustus Farnham Sydney, Australia Available online at Signature Books Library
The Mormon 1854–57 weekly newspaper Defending the LDS Church John Taylor New York City Available online at Signature Books Library
Journal of Discourses 1854–86 sixteen-page semi-monthly Sermons of LDS leaders George D. Watt Liverpool, England Watt was succeeded by David W. Evans, then George W. Gibbs. Available online at Brigham Young University
St. Louis Luminary 1854–55 weekly newspaper LDS Church events, emigration news Erastus Snow, editor St. Louis
Western Standard 1856–57 weekly newspaper Defense of LDS Church George Q. Cannon San Francisco. Available online at Signature Books Library and the Internet Archive
Juvenile Instructor 1866–1900 monthly LDS youth George Q. Cannon Salt Lake City, Utah Became an official Sunday School publication in 1901. Available online courtesy of the LDS Church History Library at Archive.org
Woman's Exponent 1872–1914 monthly newspaper Independent voice for LDS women Lula Greene Richards Salt Lake City, Utah Emmeline B. Wells was editor in 1872–1914. Available online at Brigham Young University
The Contributor 1879–96 monthly Independent periodical for LDS youth Junius F. Wells Salt Lake City, Utah Replaced by Improvement Era. Available online courtesy of the LDS Church History Library at Archive.org
Southern Star 1898–1900 weekly newspaper LDS news and doctrine Southern States Mission Chattanooga, Tennessee Replaced Dixie Messenger.
The Elders' Journal 1903–07 monthly / semi-monthly magazine LDS news, doctrine and reprints Southern States Mission Atlanta, Georgia Moved to Chattanooga in 1904. Replaced by Liahona, the Elders' Journal. Not to be confused with the nineteenth century publication edited by Joseph Smith's brother.
The Liahona 1907 weekly newspaper LDS news and doctrine Missions of the LDS Church Independence, Missouri Replaced by Liahona, the Elders' Journal.
Liahona, the Elders' Journal 1907–42 weekly newspaper LDS news, doctrine and reprints Missions of the LDS Church Independence, Missouri Consolidated The Elders' Journal (1903) and The Liahona (1907).
Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine 1910–40 quarterly magazine Genealogical instruction and data; historical and doctrinal articles Genealogical Society of Utah Salt Lake City, Utah [5]
Church News 1931–current weekly tabloid General LDS news Deseret News Publishing Company Salt Lake City, Utah Available in Utah with Deseret News subscription and via mail elsewhere. Current and back issues from 1988 available online at Church News
Speeches of the Year 1953–current annual report Compilation of mostly religious speeches given throughout the academic year at BYU Brigham Young University Press Provo, Utah [5] Available online from 2005 to the present at Brigham Young University
BYU Studies 1959–current biannual / quarterly journal Multidisciplinary LDS articles Brigham Young University Provo, Utah Available online at Brigham Young University, current issues available only to subscribers.
Church Almanac 1974–2013? annual / biennial Facts and statistics of the LDS Church Deseret News Publishing Company Salt Lake City, Utah Biennial issues from 1984–2002. No issue published in 2014.[7] Current almanac material available online at Church News
Insights 1980–2012 semi-annual / tri-annual / quarterly / bi-monthly / monthly newsletter Updates on LDS-related scholarly research by FARMS FARMS Provo, Utah Has carried the subtitles "An Ancient Window" and "A Window on the Ancient World". Available online at Maxwell Institute
The restored Gospel and applied Christianity 1987–current annual Student essays in honor of President David O. McKay Center for the study of Christian Values in Literature and the Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University Provo, Utah Initially entitled The Restoration of the Gospel and applied Christianity.
Mormon Studies Review 1989–current annual / semi-annual journal Reviews as well as some independent scholarship by believing Latter-day Saints FARMS Provo, Utah Was titled Review of Books on the Book of Mormon (1989–1995), then FARMS Review of Books (1996–2002), then FARMS Review (2003–2010). As of 2013 issue, transitioning to being a review journal. Available online at Maxwell Institute
Journal of the Book of Mormon and Other Restoration Scripture 1992–current annual / semi-annual journal Research by believing LDS scholars FARMS Provo, Utah Was originally Journal of Book of Mormon Studies until 2008. Available online at Maxwell Institute
Religious Educator 2000–current semi-annual / tri-annual journal LDS gospel teaching BYU Religious Studies Center Provo, Utah
Religious Education Review 2008–current semi-annual magazine Updates on the activities of Religious Education at BYU BYU Religious Studies Center Provo, Utah Replaced the RSC Newsletter, which had been published since 1986.
Studies in the Bible and Antiquity 2009–current annual journal LDS research on the Bible and ancient religion Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship Provo, Utah Available online at Maxwell Institute

Other Latter Day Saint sects[edit]

The following were published by religious groups in the Latter Day Saint movement, excluding the LDS Church.

Title Operation Format Purpose Publisher Location Notes
Latter Day Saints' Messenger and Advocate 1844–46 monthly / semi-monthly newspaper Rigdonite Church of Christ messages Ebenezer Robinson Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Named after the 1834 paper. Became Messenger and Advocate of the Church of Christ in 1845.
Voree Herald January–November 1846 monthly newspaper Organ of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Strangite) James J. Strang Voree, Wisconsin Replaced by Zion's Reveille. Available online at Signature Books Library
Star in the East November 1846 monthly newspaper Organ of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Strangite) George J. Adams Boston, Massachusetts One issue exists. Morgan suggests that a second issue was printed in December and a third in January, but this is doubtful. Available online at Signature Books Library
Zion's Reveille December 1846 – September 16, 1847 monthly, later weekly newspaper Organ of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Strangite) James J. Strang Voree, Wisconsin Replaced Voree Herald and was replaced by Gospel Herald. Available online at Signature Books Library
Gospel Herald September 23, 1847 – June 6, 1850 weekly newspaper Organ of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Strangite) James J. Strang Voree, Wisconsin Replaced Zion's Reveille and was replaced by The Northern Islander when church headquarters relocated to Beaver Island in Lake Michigan. Available online at Signature Books Library
Zion's Standard: A Voice from the Smith Family March 12, 1848 one issue only Organ of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Williamite) William B. Smith Palestine Grove, Illinois (near Amboy, Illinois) Smith organized his own church after breaking with James J. Strang. Replaced by the Melchisedek & Aaronic Herald.
Melchisedek & Aaronic Herald February 1, 1849 – 1850 monthly newspaper Organ of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Williamite) Isaac Sheen Covington, Kentucky Initially named Aaronic Herald, the paper ended when Isaac Sheen fell out of communion with William B. Smith. Sheen was later editor of the True Latter Day Saints Herald. Available online at Signature Books Library
Northern Islander December 12, 1850 – June 20, 1856 weekly, later daily newspaper Organ of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Strangite) and general newspaper for Beaver Island and vicinity Cooper & Chidester St. James, Michigan Replaced Gospel Herald when church headquarters relocated to Beaver Island in Lake Michigan. Available online at Signature Books Library
Zion's Messenger 1854–54 Gladdenite messages Gladden Bishop Council Bluffs, Iowa
Herald 1860–current newspaper / magazine Official RLDS periodical Herald House Cincinnati (1860) Was True Latter Day Saints' Herald until 1876 and Saints' Herald until 2001. Published from Cincinnati, Plano, IL (1863), Lamoni, IA (1881), Independence, MO (1921).
Truth 1935–56 monthly magazine Organ of the Short Creek Community Truth Publishing Company Salt Lake City Founded by Mormon fundamentalist leader Joseph White Musser following a commission from Lorin C. Woolley.[8] After a schism in the movement, Truth was edited by Guy H. Musser, while the elder Musser began the rival Star of Truth magazine.
Messenger 1991–2006 quarterly magazine Mormon fundamentalism Birmingham, England Until 1997 was Truth Seeker Magazine. Moved to USA in 2003 and became bi-monthly.

Independent[edit]

The following were not published by a Latter Day Saint church or official religious group, but were independently operated and controlled.

Title Operation Format Purpose Publisher Location Notes
Keepapitchinin
(Keep-A-Pitchinin)
1867–71 occasional / semi-weekly newspaper humor George J. Taylor, editor Salt Lake City, Utah Editors were sons of Apostles John Taylor, Charles C. Rich, and Willard Richards. Orson Pratt contributed occasionally.[9] Some volumes available online at Hathi Trust Digital Library
Historical Record 1882–90 monthly Mormon history. Andrew Jenson Salt Lake City, Utah Continuation in English of Danish-language Morgenstjernen.
Utah Historical Quarterly 1928–current quarterly journal Utah history, often relating to LDS Utah State Historical Society Salt Lake City, Utah
Pioneer 1936–current quarterly journal Mormon pioneer genealogy and history. National Society, Sons of Utah Pioneers Salt Lake City, Utah Titled SUP news from 1955 to 1965.
Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 1966–current quarterly journal Independent scholarship on Mormonism Dialogue Foundation Salt Lake City, Utah Begun at Stanford University. Available online at The University of Utah
Courage: A Journal of History, Thought and Action 1970–73 quarterly journal Independent scholarship on Latter Day Saint thought Venture Foundation Lamoni, Iowa Similar to Dialogue, but primarily by RLDS Church members.
Journal of Mormon History 1974–current annual / semi-annual / tri-annual / quarterly journal[10] Independent scholarly LDS history Mormon History Association Orem, Utah Available online to subscribers at Utah State University
Exponent II 1974–2006
2010–current[11]
quarterly newspaper / magazine Independent feminist LDS women Exponent II, Inc. Arlington, Massachusetts Named in honor of Woman's Exponent. Current issues, some past issues, and select articles available online at Exponent II
Sunstone Magazine 1975–current occasional magazine Independent discussions of Mormonism Sunstone Education Foundation Salt Lake City, Utah Begun at UC Berkley. Back issues available online at Sunstone
Issues in Religion and Psychotherapy 1975–current biennial Counseling and Psychotherapy of Mormons Association of Mormon Counselors and Psychotherapists Salt Lake City, Utah was AMCAP Journal
Beehive Standard Weekly 1975–2006 weekly newspaper Conservative news for Latter-day Saints Rob Graham Las Vegas, Nevada The Beehive paper became Nevada Beehive, then Beehive Weekly Standard.
The Beehive 1975–current quarterly newspaper LDS news and community in Arizona Amie Taylor, editor Mesa, Arizona The Beehive paper became Arizona Beehive, then renamed back to The Beehive.
AML Annual 1978–current annual Academic literary journal Association for Mormon Letters Provo, Utah
This People 1979–98 bi-monthly / quarterly magazine Independent LDS lifestyle magazine Utah Alliance Publishing Provo, Utah Editors include Sheri L. Dew, Scot and Maurine Proctor, Jim Bell.
Restoration Studies 1980–current annual academic journal publishing theology and religious and cultural studies in the Latter Day Saint movement John Whitmer Historical Association Independence, Missouri Until 2009 published by the Community of Christ Temple School.
Affinity 1980–current monthly newsletter Gay and lesbian LDS news and issues Affirmation: Gay & Lesbian Mormons Los Angeles
Mormon Pacific Historical Society Journal 1980–1995 annual journal LDS history in Hawaii and the Pacific Islands Mormon Pacific Historical Society Proceedings of annual conferences held at various locations, focusing on local LDS history.[12]
John Whitmer Historical Association Journal 1981–current annual journal Latter Day Saint movement historical articles John Whitmer Historical Association Independence, Missouri Founded by members of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
Seventh East Press 1981–83 semi-monthly 16-page newspaper Independent voice on BYU and LDS issues BYU students Provo, Utah Shut down due to printing articles on controversial topics.
Student Review 1986–2000? weekly newspaper Independent off-campus BYU student news BYU students Provo, Utah Articles by non-journalism students, including LDS-faithful and controversial coverage. Ended after low student interest.[citation needed] Revived in electronic format in late 2011.
Latter-day Woman 1986–? bimonthly journal Mormon Women Latter-Day Woman, Inc. Sandy, Utah Currently, there is an unrelated online magazine using a similar name: Latter-day Woman Magazine.
Nauvoo Journal 1989–99 annual / semi-annual journal Independent LDS histories Early Mormon Research Institute Salt Lake City, Utah Replaced by Mormon Historical Studies.
Mormon Women's Forum Quarterly 1989–98 quarterly journal Independent LDS feminism The Mormon Women's Forum Salt Lake City, Utah [13][14]
Zarahemla: A Forum for LDS Poetry 1990–92 quarterly ?? LDS poetry [15]
Latter-day Digest 1992–94 monthly journal LDS literature and art Latter-day Foundation for the Arts Orem, Utah
Wasatch Review International 1992–96 biannual A Mormon literary journal. Wasatch Review International Orem, Utah
Vigor: Advice & Commentary on Mormon Life 1993–99 irregular newsletter "Common problems, challenges, and opportunities…in ordinary Mormon life".[16] Orson Scott Card, editor Greensboro, North Carolina Originally online at CompuServe. Issues freely printed and distributed by readers.[17]
Irreantum 1999–current quarterly journal Poetry, prose and criticism for, by and about Mormons Association for Mormon Letters Orem, Utah Included with AML membership or available separately
Mormon Historical Studies 2000–current semi-annual journal Independent LDS histories Mormon Historic Sites Foundation Salt Lake City, Utah
Collegiate Post 2001–07 occasional magazine Semi-independent voice on BYU and LDS issues BYU students, College of Humanities, Honors Dept. Provo, Utah Shut down after controversial article by Ashley Sanders.[18]
Desert Saints Magazine 2001–current monthly magazine LDS community, fun and inspiration Ellis Media, Inc. Henderson, Nevada Freely distributed at businesses in Southern Utah and Southern Nevada.
LDS Living 2002–current bi-monthly magazine LDS lifestyle magazine Deseret Book subsidiary Salt Lake City, Utah
Latter-day Trumpet 2003–current monthly newspaper LDS interests and community in Southern California Craig S. Nelson Upland, California [19]
LatterDayBride Magazine 2005–current annual magazine LDS wedding planning LatterDayBride Salt Lake City, Utah [20]
Segullah 2005–current tri-annual journal LDS women's literary magazine Segullah Group Provo, Utah Biannual until 2007. Also publishes books, blog and website with unique content.
Element: a journal of Mormon Philosophy and Theology 2005–2008 semi-annual journal Academic journal of Mormon philosophy Society for Mormon Philosophy and Theology Orem, Utah Website indicates issues until Spring 2008.[21]
The Mormon Worker 2007–2011 occasional newspaper LDS support for leftist economic and social ideals William Van Wagenen Woodland Hills, Utah Issues are published online as well as via annual print subscriptions.
International Journal of Mormon Studies 2008–current annual journal Independent scholarship on Mormonism globally David M. Morris, European Mormon Studies Association Staffordshire, United Kingdom Was British Journal of Mormon Studies until 2009 .[22] Online (printed by special order).[23]
Mormon Artist 2008–2011 bi-monthly / quarterly magazine LDS arts community coverage and interviews Ben Crowder Provo, Utah[24] Available in both print and web editions.[25] No longer published in an issue format as of Fall 2011.[26]
SquareTwo 2008–current tri-annual electronic journal Faithful LDS Thought on Contemporary World Issues Valerie M. Hudson Editorial team includes Ralph C. Hancock, John Mark Mattox, Susan R. Madsen, Karen Hyer, George B. Handley[27]
The Mormon Review 2009–2011 quarterly electronic journal "Reviews analyzing (typically non-Mormon) [works] from a Mormon perspective."[28] Richard Bushman, Editor in Chief Editorial board includes James Faulconer, Daniel Fairbanks, Terryl Givens, and Margaret Blair Young. Last issue was in 2011.[29]
The Claremont Journal of Mormon Studies 2011 electronic journal Academic Mormon studies and new research[30] Claremont Mormon Studies Student Association Claremont, California Student-run electronic journal. Website shows only inaugural issue.[30]
Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture 2012–current occasional electronic journal LDS apologetics and especially scholarship focused on the scriptures of LDS Church[31] Daniel C. Peterson, editor Orem, Utah Faith-promoting scholarship. Available online at MormonInterpreter.com

Non-English[edit]

The following were published in languages other than English.

Title Operation Format Purpose Publisher Location Notes
Prophwyd y Jubili
(Prophet of the Jubilee)
1846–48 monthly newspaper Official LDS periodical in Wales Dan Jones Rhydybont, Wales In Welsh. Printed in Carmarthen in 1848. Succeeded by Udgorn Seion. Available online at Signature Books Library
Udgorn Seion
(Zion's Trumpet)
1849–62 monthly / biweekly / weekly newspaper Official LDS periodical in Wales John Davis Carmarthen, Wales In Welsh. Replaced Prophwyd y Jubili. Later produced by Dan Jones, Daniel Daniels, Benjamin Evans, George Q. Cannon, at Merthyr Tydfil, Swansea, Liverpool.
Étoile du Déséret
(Star of Deseret)
1851–52[32] monthly newspaper Official LDS periodical in France John Taylor, editor Paris, France In French. Available online at Signature Books Library
Skandinaviens Stjerne
(Star of Scandinavia)
1851–1956 monthly / semi-monthly Official LDS periodical in Scandinavia Erastus Snow, editor Copenhagen, Denmark In Danish. Available online at Signature Books Library
Zion's Panier
(Zion's Banner)
1851–52 monthly / semi-monthly Official LDS periodical in Germany John Taylor Hamburg In German. Available online at Signature Books Library
Der Darsteller der Heiligen der letzten Tage
(The Protagonists of the Saints of the Last Days)
1855–61 monthly / irregular paper Official German LDS periodical Daniel Tyler, Swiss-Italian Mission Geneva In German. Later published at Bern and Zürich. Available online at Signature Books Library
Die Reform
(The Reform)
1862–64 monthly Official German LDS periodical John L. Smith, Swiss-Italian-German Mission Geneva In German. Replaced by Der Stern in 1869.
Der Stern
(The Star)
1869–1999 monthly / semi-monthly magazine Official LDS periodical in Germany. Karl G. Maeser, Swiss-German Mission Zürich, Switzerland In German. Semi-monthly from 1882 to 1940. Later published from Hamburg, Dresden, Berlin, Frankfurt.
Nordstjernan: sanningen, kunskapen, dygden och tron äro förenade
(The Northstar)
1877–? semi-monthly Official LDS periodical in Sweden. N. C. Flygare, editor, Scandinavian Mission Copenhagen, Denmark In Swedish. Later published from Goteborg, Sweden by the Swedish Mission.
La Voz del desierto
(The Voice of the Desert)
1879 monthly "Organo de la Rama mexicana de La Iglesia Christiana de los Santos de los Ultimos Dias."
(Organ of the Mexican branch of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)
M. Hernandez Mexico City, Mexico In Spanish. Apparently published for at least 2 issues in 1879.[33]
Morgenstjernen
(The Morningstar)
1879?–85 monthly Mormon history Andrew Jenson Copenhagen, Denmark to 1881. Then in Salt Lake City, Utah. In Danish. Continued in English as Historical Record beginning in 1886.
Ungdommens Raadgiver
(Counselor of Youth)
1880–87 monthly Danish LDS youth Andrew Jenson, editor Copenhagen, Denmark In Danish.
El Mensajero aka El Mensajero Deseret
(The Messenger)
1937–55 monthly Official LDS periodical in Argentina W. Ernest Young, editor, Argentine Mission Buenos Aires, Argentina In Spanish. Starting in 1947 edited jointly with the Uruguayan Mission. Replaced by the Spanish-language Liahona in 1955.[34]
Sendero Lamanita
(Lamanite Way)
1941–46? monthly Official periodical of the Tercero Convención (Third Convention) in Mexico  ??Sandoval?? Mexico City, Mexico In Spanish. The schismatic Tercero Convención published this periodical for members of the Mexican Mission.[35]
A Gaivota
(The Seagull)
1948–52 monthly Official LDS periodical in Brazil Brazilian Mission São Paulo, Brazil In Portuguese.[36]
Liahona (Portuguese) 1953–77 monthly magazine Official LDS publication in Brazil Brazilian Mission São Paulo, Brazil In Portuguese. Replaced A Gaivota.[36]
Liahona (Spanish) 1955–77 monthly magazine Official LDS Spanish-language magazine LDS Church Mexico City, Mexico Replaced and unified various Spanish-language periodicals. Published in Mexico City until unified with the other international magazines.[37]
Liahona 1977–current annual-monthly magazine Official LDS international magazine LDS Church Salt Lake City, Utah Replaced and unified various older periodicals, all retitled Liahona as of 1999. Available in 51 languages.[38]
Horizon: tijdschrift over de mormoonse gemeenschap
(Horizon: magazine about the Mormon community)
1982–83 bi-monthly magazine independent In Dutch. Apparently published by local Church members in the Netherlands.[39]
Morumon foramu
(Mormon Forum)
1988–2000 semi-annual magazine Morumon foramu henshubu Jiro Numano
Shimomatsu City, Japan
In Japanese.[40]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ (Crawley 1997, pp. 33–34)
  2. ^ (Crawley 1997, p. 47)
  3. ^ a b Regulations for the Publishing Department of the Latter-day Saints in the East,” New York Prophet 1 (4 January 1845), as reprinted in Times and Seasons 6 (15 January 1845).
  4. ^ a b (Crawley 1997, pp. 254–6)
  5. ^ a b c Allen, James B.; Jessie L. Embry; Kahlile B. Mehr (1995). Hearts Turned to the Fathers: A History of the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1894–1994. Provo, Utah: BYU Studies. pp. 40, 353. 
  6. ^ (Ludlow 1992, p. 1659)
  7. ^ Peggy Fletcher Stack (March 24, 2014). "New almanac offers look at the world of Mormon membership". Salt Lake Tribune. Retrieved 2014-07-29. 
  8. ^ Hales, Brian C.; J. Max Anderson (1992). "The Fundamentalist Priesthood - An Introduction". The Priesthood of Modern Polygamy: An LDS Perspective. Salt Lake City, Utah: Northwest Publishing. ISBN 1-880416-08-5. Retrieved 2010-02-10. 
  9. ^ Walker, Ronald W. (Spring 1974). "The Keep-A-Pitchinin or the Mormon Pioneer Was Human". BYU Studies (Provo, UT: BYU Press) 14 (3): 332–334. Retrieved 2008-05-21. 
  10. ^ "Anderson Honored as She Retires as Journal Editor" (PDF). Mormon History Association Newsletter 44 (3). July 2009. p. 7. Retrieved 2009-11-02. 
  11. ^ Peggy Fletcher Stack (August 11, 2010). "Mormon feminism: It’s back". Salt Lake Tribune. Retrieved 2010-08-12. "This summer, Exponent II, the decades-old quarterly for Mormon women that stopped printing in 2006, was reborn." 
  12. ^ "Mormon Pacific Historical Society". Harold B. Lee Libray, Brigham Young University. Retrieved 2014-07-29. 
  13. ^ Frame, Kelli (October 1989). "From the Editor" (PDF). Mormon Women's Forum Newsletter 1 (1). Retrieved 2009-03-05. 
  14. ^ "Mormon women's forum". Marriott Library catalog. University of Utah. Retrieved 2009-03-05. 
  15. ^ "Zarahemla". Mormon Literature and Creative Arts Database. Brigham Young University. Retrieved 2010-07-22. 
  16. ^ "We Need Your Articles!". Vigor: Advice & Commentary on Mormon Life (1). Hatrack River Publications. February 1993. Retrieved 2009-10-19. 
  17. ^ "Vigor - Advice & Commentary on Mormon Life". Hatrack River Publications. Retrieved 2009-10-19. 
  18. ^ Sanders, Ashley (February 11, 2008). "A Soul Divided Sometimes Stands…". Project Deseret. Retrieved 2009-03-05. 
  19. ^ "LD Trumpet Newspaper". Sherrie Lockwood. Retrieved 2009-11-05. 
  20. ^ "LatterDayBride Magazine". LatterDayBride.com, LLC. 2008. Retrieved 2008-09-16. 
  21. ^ "Element: a journal of Mormon Philosophy and Theology". Society for Mormon Philosophy and Theology. 2008. Retrieved 2011-02-02. 
  22. ^ Jensen, Emily W. (February 27, 2009). "Today in the Bloggernacle". Mormon Times. Deseret News. Retrieved 2009-03-24. 
  23. ^ Morris, David (March 23, 2009). "The International Journal of Mormon Studies". By Common Consent. Retrieved 2009-03-24. 
  24. ^ "Library of Congress Catalog Record: MormonArtist". Library of Congress Online Catalog. Retrieved 2010-03-18. 
  25. ^ "About". Mormon Artist. Retrieved 2010-03-18. 
  26. ^ "Back Issues". Mormon Artist. Retrieved 2014-07-29. 
  27. ^ "SquareTwo's Editorial Board". SquareTwo Journal. July 1, 2011. Retrieved 2014-07-29. 
  28. ^ "About the Mormon Review". The Mormon Review. Retrieved 2009-09-19. 
  29. ^ "The Mormon Review". Google Groups. Retrieved 2014-07-29. 
  30. ^ a b "The Claremont Journal of Mormon Studies: Call for Articles and Reviews". Claremont Mormon Studies. School of Religion, Claremont Graduate University. Retrieved 2011-02-02. 
  31. ^ "Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture". The Interpreter Foundation. Retrieved 2013-01-26. 
  32. ^ (Crawley 2005, p. 216)
  33. ^ Brigham Young University's Harold B. Lee Library Catalog. Accessed 23 July 2010.
  34. ^ Williams, Frederick S. and Frederick G. Williams. From Acorn to Oak Tree: A Personal History of the Establishment and First Quarter Development of the South American Missions. Fullerton, CA: Et Cetera Graphics 1987. p. 161.
  35. ^ Lozano Herrera, Agrícol. Historia del Mormonismo en México. México, D. F., Editorial Zarahemla, 1983. pp. 64–81.
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  37. ^ Brigham Young University's Harold B. Lee Library Catalog, accessed 24 March 2010.
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