This article lists periodicals published primarily about institutions, people, or issues of the Latter Day Saint movement.
|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. Available online at Brigham Young University|
|Messenger and Advocate||1834–1837||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. 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 Church History Library at Archive.org|
|Times and Seasons||1839–1846||monthly / semi-monthly newspaper||Official organ of the Church||Don Carlos Smith, editor||Nauvoo, Illinois||Later editors: Joseph Smith, John Taylor and Willard Richards. Available online at Brigham Young University|
|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 1901–1970 available online at Archive.org|
|Gospel Reflector||1841||semi-monthly||Independent LDS religious messages||Benjamin Winchester, editor||Philadelphia|
|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||1843–1845||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.|
|The Prophet||1844–45||weekly newspaper||Official organ of the Church||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.|
|The New-York Messenger||1845||weekly newspaper||Official organ of the Church||Parley P. Pratt||New York City||Edited by Samuel Brannan. Successor to The Prophet during 1845.|
|People's Organ||1844||biweekly newspaper||LDS-oriented doctrine and news||John E. Page||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania||Replaced Gospel Light.|
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
The following were published by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or one of its auxiliaries, and are considered official church publications.
|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. Available online courtesy of the LDS Church History Library at Archive.org|
|Juvenile Instructor||1901–1929||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||1902–1970||monthly magazine||Official Primary children's magazine||Primary Association||Salt Lake City, Utah||Replaced by The Friend|
|Relief Society Magazine||1915–1970||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||1930–1970||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|
|Bulletin||1956–1997 ||occasional circulars||Updates to church policies and programs||Correlation Department||Salt Lake City, Utah||Was Messenger (1956–1964), Priesthood Bulletin (1965–1974), Messages (1975–1980). Superseded by church handbooks.|
|Ensign||1971–2020||monthly magazine||Official LDS Church magazine||LDS Church||Salt Lake City, Utah||Replaced several LDS periodicals. Current and back issues available online at churchofjesuschrist.org|
|New Era||1971–2020||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 churchofjesuschrist.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 churchofjesuschrist.org|
|Liahona||1977–current||annual-monthly magazine||Official LDS Church international magazine||LDS Church||Salt Lake City, Utah||Entitled Tambuli until 1995. Available in many languages. Current and back issues available online at churchofjesuschrist.org|
|For the Strength of Youth||2021–current||annual-monthly magazine||Official LDS Church youth magazine||LDS Church||Salt Lake City, Utah||Replaced the New Era. Available in many languages. Current and back issues available online at churchofjesuschrist.org|
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.
|The Frontier Guardian||1849–1852||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||1851–1866||annual almanac||General almanac with LDS religious and cultural articles||W. W. Phelps||Salt Lake City, Utah||Entitled Almanac from 1859 to 1864.|
|The Seer||1853–1854||monthly magazine||Periodical defending the LDS Church||Orson Pratt||Washington, D.C.||Available online at Brigham Young University|
|Zion's Watchman||1853–1856||monthly||Augustus Farnham||Sydney, Australia|
|The Mormon||1854–1857||weekly newspaper||Defending the LDS Church||John Taylor||New York City|
|Journal of Discourses||1854–1886||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 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||1879–1896||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||1903–1907||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||1907–1942||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||1910–1940||quarterly magazine||Genealogical instruction and data; historical and doctrinal articles||Genealogical Society of Utah||Salt Lake City, Utah|||
|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|
|Week-Day Religious Education||1937–1940, 1959 ||occasional magazine||LDS seminary and institute teachers and directors||Department of Education, LDS Church||Salt Lake City, Utah||Issued to professional LDS religious educators in 1937-40, and again during the year 1959.|
|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|| Available online from 2005 to the present at Brigham Young University|
|BYU Studies Quarterly||1959–current||biannual / quarterly journal||Multidisciplinary LDS articles||Brigham Young University||Provo, Utah||Available online at BYU Studies.|
|Impact: Weekday Religious Education Quarterly||1967–1970||quarterly magazine||LDS seminary and institute teachers and directors||Dept. of Seminaries and Institutes of Religion||Provo, Utah||Available online at Internet Archive.|
|The Church in Action: Yearbook of Activities||1971–72||annual||Facts and statistics of the LDS Church||Deseret News Company||Salt Lake City, Utah||Replaced by the Church Almanac.|
|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. Some material 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||Review essays on Mormonism within religious studies. Formerly focused on LDS apologetics.||Maxwell Institute (formerly FARMS)||Provo, Utah||Formerly Review of Books on the Book of Mormon (1989–1995), FARMS Review of Books (1996–2002), FARMS Review (2003–2010). Transitioned to a review journal in 2014. Following Vol. 6 (2019), ownership transferred to University of Illinois Press.|
|Journal of Book of Mormon Studies||1992–current||annual / semi-annual journal||Research by believing LDS scholars||Maxwell Institute (formerly FARMS)||Provo, Utah||Was Journal of the Book of Mormon and Other Restoration Scripture from 2009–2013. Available online at Maxwell Institute|
|LDS Living||2000–current||bi-monthly magazine||LDS lifestyle||Deseret Book Company||Salt Lake City, Utah|
|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 denominations
The following were published by religious groups in the Latter Day Saint movement, excluding the LDS Church.
|Latter Day Saints' Messenger and Advocate||1844–1846||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. Available online at LDS Church History Library|
|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.|
|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.|
|Zion's Reveille||December 1846 – 16 September 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.|
|Ensign of Liberty||March 1847 – August 1849||occasional newspaper||Supporting the Church of Christ (Whitmerite)||William E. McLellin||Kirtland, Ohio|||
|Gospel Herald||23 September 1847 – 6 June 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.|
|Zion's Standard: A Voice from the Smith Family||12 March 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||1 February 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.|
|Northern Islander||12 December 1850 – 20 June 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.|
|Zion's Messenger||1854–54||Gladdenite messages||Gladden Bishop||Council Bluffs, Iowa|
|Herald||1860–current||newspaper / magazine||Official RLDS/Community of Christ 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).|
|Zion's Hope||1869–1944 ||semi-monthly magazine||RLDS children's magazine ||RLDS Church||Plano, Illinois (1869)||Later moved to Lamoni, Iowa, then Independence, Missouri.|
|Autumn Leaves||1888–1929||magazine||RLDS youth magazine ||Marietta Walker||Lamoni, Iowa||Changed name to Vision in 1929, and discontinued in 1932.|
|The Return||1889–1900||monthly paper||Church of Christ (Whitmerite) periodical||Ebenezer Robinson, founding editor||Davis City, Iowa|||
|Journal of History||1908–1925||bi-monthly paper||RLDS historical topics ||RLDS Church||Lamoni, Iowa|||
|Zion's Advocate||1922–current||bi-monthly paper||Organ of the Church of Christ (Temple Lot)||Church of Christ||Independence, Missouri|||
|The Voice of Warning||1930–current||Organ of the Church of Christ (Fettingite)||Church of Christ||Independence, Missouri|| Was briefly published in two locations, "due to dissention among the ranks".|
|Truth||1935–1956||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. After a schism in the movement, Truth was edited by Guy H. Musser, while the elder Musser began the rival Star of Truth magazine.|
|Gospel News||1938–current||monthly magazine||Organ of The Church of Jesus Christ (Bickertonite)||The Church of Jesus Christ Printhouse||Greensburg, Pennsylvania|||
|The Voice of Peace||1944–current||Organ of the Church of Christ With the Elijah Message||Church of Christ With the Elijah Message||Independence, Missouri|| Replaced the Voice of Warning for this new sect.|
|Ensign||1961–1965||monthly||Organ of the Church of the Firstborn (LeBaron order)||U.S. Mission of the Church of the Firstborn of the Fullness of Times||Galeana, Chihuahua, Mexico|
|Messenger||1991–2006||quarterly magazine||Mormon fundamentalism||Birmingham, England||Until 1997 was Truth Seeker Magazine. Moved to USA in 2003 and became bi-monthly.|
|Tidings of Zion||1993–current ||bimonthly newsletter||News and messages for Restoration Branches||Conference of Restoration Elders||Independence, Missouri|||
|The Hastening Times||1999–current||quarterly magazine||Organ of the Remnant Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints||Remnant Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints||Independence, Missouri|||
|The Latter Day Saints' Beacon||2008–current||magazine, five times annually||Official magazine of the Joint Conference of Restoration Branches||Joint Conference of Restoration Branches||Independence, Missouri|||
|The Anchor||before 2009–current||monthly newsletter||Great Lakes Restoration Branches||Garden City Restoration Branch||Romeo, Michigan|||
|The Greater Light: The End Times Messenger||before 2010–current||monthly magazine||Organ of the Church of Christ (Assured Way)||Church of Christ (Assured Way)||Independence, Missouri|||
The following were not published by a Latter Day Saint church or official religious group, but were independently operated and controlled.
|1867–1871||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. Some volumes available online at Hathi Trust Digital Library|
|Historical Record||1882–1890||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||Available online.|
|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.|
|Heart Throbs of the West||1939–1951 ||annual volume ||Pioneer transcriptions, accounts, and local history||Daughters of Utah Pioneers||Salt Lake City, Utah||Lessons for study at DUP "camps," compiled by Kate B. Carter.|
|Mormon Heritage Magazine||1944–1986,
|bimonthly magazine ||Historical sketches, records, and data||Publication swers||Denver, Colorado
(then Colorado Springs)
|Ceased publication in 1986 and was briefly revived in 1994 in Colorado Springs.|
|Treasures of Pioneer History||1952–1957 ||annual volume ||Pioneer transcriptions, accounts, and local history||Daughters of Utah Pioneers||Salt Lake City, Utah||Lessons for study at DUP "camps," compiled by Kate B. Carter. Replaced Heart Throbs of the West.|
|Our Pioneer Heritage||1958–1977 ||annual volume ||Pioneer transcriptions, accounts, and local history||Daughters of Utah Pioneers||Salt Lake City, Utah||Lessons for study at DUP "camps," compiled by Kate B. Carter. Replaced Treasures of Pioneer History.|
|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.|
|The Witness||1968–current||quarterly magazine ||Research and devotional ministry for the Book of Mormon||The Book of Mormon Foundation||Independence, Missouri||Originally published as the newsletter for the Foundation for Research on Ancient America.|
|Mormon History||1968–1970||Monthly loose-leaf||Reprints of documents and college papers related to LDS history||David C. and Karla Martin||Mt. Prospect, Illinois
|The Carpenter: Reflections of Mormon Life||1969–1971||quarterly journal||LDS literature and art||The Carpenter||Madison, Wisconsin||Produced by students and faculty at University of Wisconsin–Madison and its LDS Institute of Religion.|
|Tangents||1969–1976?||annual journal||student papers, literature, and poetry||BYU Honors Program||Provo, Utah||Often included Mormon-related articles.|
|Courage: A Journal of History, Thought and Action||1970–1973||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||Independent scholarly LDS history||Mormon History Association||Orem, Utah||Available online.|
|quarterly newspaper / magazine||Independent feminist LDS women||Exponent II, Inc.||Arlington, Massachusetts||Named in honor of Woman's Exponent. New issues and older issues available online.|
|Sunstone Magazine||1975–current||occasional magazine||Independent discussions of Mormonism||Sunstone Education Foundation||Salt Lake City, Utah||Begun at UC Berkeley. Available online.|
|Issues in Religion and Psychotherapy||1975–current||biennial||Counseling and Psychotherapy of Mormons||The Association of Mormon Counselors and Psychotherapists (AMCAP)||Salt Lake City, Utah||was AMCAP Journal|
|Beehive Standard Weekly||1975–2006||weekly newspaper||Conservative LDS news||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.|
|Restoration Voice||1978–current||bimonthly magazine||Traditional reorganization viewpoints||Cumorah Books||Independence, Missouri|||
|AML Annual||1978–2004 ||annual||Academic literary journal||Association for Mormon Letters||Provo, Utah|
|An Enduring Legacy||1978–1989 ||annual volume ||Pioneer transcriptions, accounts, and local history||Daughters of Utah Pioneers||Salt Lake City, Utah||Lessons for study at DUP "camps." Replaced Our Pioneer Heritage.|
|This People||1979–1998||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||Some issues available online.|
|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.|
|The San Diego Seagull||1981–2017||newspaper||Issues for Latter-day Saints in San Diego||The San Diego Seagull||San Diego, California|
|John Whitmer Historical Association Journal||1981–current||annual journal||Latter Day Saint movement historical articles||John Whitmer Historical Association||Independence, Missouri||Founded by RLDS Church members. Available online.|
|Seventh East Press||1981–1983||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. Available online.|
|The Sunstone Review||1981–1984||monthly journal||Reviews of movies, books, politics, and current LDS Church events||Sunstone Foundation||Salt Lake City, Utah|
|Journal of Latter Day Saint History||1982–2001?||quarterly ||Research on the wider Latter Day Saint movement||Steven L. Shields, Restoration Research Foundation||Bountiful, Utah
El Segundo, California
| Originally titled Restoration: News, Views and History of the Latter Day Saint Movement.|
|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. 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.|
|Vision||1989–current||quarterly magazine||Restoration Branch messages and news||Price Publishing||Independence, Missouri|||
|Nauvoo Journal||1989–1999||annual / semi-annual journal||Independent LDS histories||Early Mormon Research Institute||Salt Lake City, Utah||Replaced by Mormon Historical Studies. Available online.|
|Mormon Women's Forum Quarterly||1989–1998||quarterly journal||Independent LDS feminism||The Mormon Women's Forum||Salt Lake City, Utah|||
|Zarahemla: A Forum for LDS Poetry||1990–1992||quarterly ??||LDS poetry|||
|Chronicles of Courage||1990–1997 ||annual volume ||Pioneer transcriptions, accounts, and local history||Daughters of Utah Pioneers||Salt Lake City, Utah||Lessons for study at DUP "camps." Replaced An Enduring Legacy.|
|Latter-day Digest||1992–1994||monthly journal||LDS literature and art||Latter-day Foundation for the Arts||Orem, Utah|
|Wasatch Review International||1992–1996||biannual||A Mormon literary journal.||Wasatch Review International||Orem, Utah|
|Vigor: Advice & Commentary on Mormon Life||1993–1999||irregular newsletter||"Common problems, challenges, and opportunities…in ordinary Mormon life".||Orson Scott Card, editor||Greensboro, North Carolina||Originally online at CompuServe. Issues freely printed and distributed by readers. Available online.|
|Pioneer Pathways||1998–2008||annual volume ||Pioneer transcriptions, accounts, and local history||Daughters of Utah Pioneers||Salt Lake City, Utah||Lessons for study at DUP "camps." Replaced Chronicles of Courage.|
|Irreantum||1999–2013 ||quarterly / semiannual journal||Poetry, prose and criticism for, by and about Mormons||Association for Mormon Letters||Orem, Utah||Included with AML membership or available separately. Available online.|
|Latter-day Saint Historical Studies||2000–current||semi-annual journal||Independent LDS histories||Ensign Peak Foundation||Salt Lake City, Utah||Replaced Nauvoo Journal. Formerly titled Mormon Historical Studies. Available online.|
|Collegiate Post||2001–2007||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.|
|Desert Saints Magazine||2001 – December 2012||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||Salt Lake City, Utah|
|Latter-day Trumpet||2003–2011||monthly newspaper||LDS interests and community in Southern California||Craig S. Nelson||Upland, California|||
|LatterDayBride Magazine||2005–current||annual magazine||LDS wedding planning||LatterDayBride||Salt Lake City, Utah|||
|Segullah||2005–current||tri-annual journal||LDS women's literary magazine||Segullah Group||Provo, Utah||Biannual until 2007. Online only after 2013. Also publishes books and blog. Available online.|
|Element: A Journal of Mormon Philosophy and Theology||2005–current ||semi-annual journal||Academic journal of Mormon philosophy||Society for Mormon Philosophy and Theology||Orem, Utah||Not issued during 2010–2014. Available online and from SMPT website.|
|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||2008–2013||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 . Online (printed by special order).|
|Mormon Artist||2008–2011||bi-monthly / quarterly magazine||LDS arts community coverage and interviews||Ben Crowder||Provo, Utah||Available in both print and web editions. No longer published in an issue format as of Fall 2011.|
|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, Neylan McBaine, George B. Handley Available online.|
|The Mormon Review||2009–2011||quarterly electronic journal||Reviews of general works by Mormon thinkers||Richard Bushman, Editor in Chief||Editorial board includes James Faulconer, Daniel Fairbanks, Terryl Givens, and Margaret Blair Young. Last issue was in 2011.|
|Museum Memories||2009–current ||annual volume ||Pioneer transcriptions, accounts, and local history||Daughters of Utah Pioneers||Salt Lake City, Utah||Lessons for study at DUP "camps." Replaced Pioneer Pathways.|
|The Claremont Journal of Mormon Studies||2011||electronic journal||Academic Mormon studies and new research||Claremont Mormon Studies Student Association||Claremont, California||Student-run electronic journal. Website shows only inaugural issue.|
|Interpreter: A Journal of Latter-day Saint Faith and Scholarship||2012–current||occasional electronic journal||LDS apologetics and scholarship on the scriptures of LDS Church||Interpreter Foundation, Daniel C. Peterson, editor||Orem, Utah||Formerly Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture. Available online.|
|The Salt Lake City Messenger||1964–2022||Biannual newsletter||Criticism of Mormon history||Utah Lighthouse Ministries||Salt Lake City||Founded by Jerald and Sandra Tanner|
|Wayfare||2022–current||Biannual print magazine||LDS magazine of culture and ideas||Faith Matters||Cambridge, Massachusetts||Essays, poetry, fiction and art. |
The following were published in languages other than English.
|Prophwyd y Jubili
(Prophet of the Jubilee)
|1846–1848||monthly newspaper||Official LDS periodical in Wales||Dan Jones||Rhydybont, Wales||In Welsh. Printed in Carmarthen in 1848. Succeeded by Udgorn Seion.|
|1849–1862||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)
|1851–1852||monthly newspaper||Official LDS periodical in France||John Taylor, editor||Paris, France||In French.|
(Star of Scandinavia)
|1851–1956||monthly / semi-monthly||Official LDS periodical in Scandinavia||Erastus Snow, editor||Copenhagen, Denmark||In Danish. Available online at LDS Church History Library and archive.org|
|1851–52||monthly / semi-monthly||Official LDS periodical in Germany||John Taylor||Hamburg, Germany||In German.|
|1853||monthly||Official LDS publication in Romandy||T. B. H. Stenhouse||Lausanne, Switzerland||In French.|
|Der Darsteller der Heiligen der letzten Tage
(The Protagonists of the Saints of the Last Days)
|1855–1861||monthly / irregular paper||Official German LDS periodical||Daniel Tyler, Swiss-Italian Mission||Geneva, Switzerland||In German. Later published at Bern and Zürich.|
|1862–1864||monthly||Official German LDS periodical||John L. Smith, Swiss-Italian-German Mission||Geneva, Switzerland||In German. Replaced by Der Stern in 1869.|
|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. Available online at LDS Church History Library|
|Nordstjernan: sanningen, kunskapen, dygden och tron äro förenade
|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 two issues in 1879.|
|1879?–1885||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.|
(Counselor of Youth)
|1880–1887||monthly||Danish LDS youth||Andrew Jenson, editor||Copenhagen, Denmark||In Danish.|
|1896–1999||bimonthly/monthly||Official LDS Dutch-language publication||Fred Pieper, Netherlands/Belgium Mission||Rotterdam, Netherlands||In Dutch. Later published from The Hague and Utrecht. Replaced by the Liahona in 2000.|
|1920–1940 and 1947–1999||monthly magazine||Official LDS publication in France||LDS Church||Paris, France||In French. Later published from Torcy. Replaced by the Liahona in 2000.|
|1937–1939||monthly||Official LDS publication in Mexico||Mexican Mission||Mexico City, Mexico||In Spanish. Initially titled El Atalaya de México|
|El Mensajero aka El Mensajero Deseret
|1937–1955||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.|
|1941–1946?||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.|
|1948–1952||monthly||Official LDS periodical in Brazil||Brazilian Mission||São Paulo, Brazil||In Portuguese.|
|Liahona (Portuguese)||1953–1977||monthly magazine||Official LDS publication in Brazil||Brazilian Mission||São Paulo, Brazil||In Portuguese. Replaced A Gaivota.|
|Liahona (Spanish)||1955–1977||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.|
|Den Danske Stjerne
(The Danish Star)
|1956–1999||monthly magazine||Official Danish LDS publication||LDS Church||Copenhagen, Denmark||In Danish. Replaced Der Skandinaviens Stjerne. Renamed Stjernen in 1985. Replaced by the Liahona in 2000.|
|1968–1999||monthly magazine||Official LDS Italian-language magazine||Italian Mission||Florence, Italy||In Italian. Later published from Salt Lake City, Utah. Replaced by the Liahona in 2000.|
|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.|
|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.|
|1988–2000||semi-annual magazine||Morumon foramu henshubu||Jiro Numano||Shimomatsu City, Japan||In Japanese.|
|Betrachtungen: Mormonische Kultur und Geisteswelt in Europa
(Reflections: Mormon Culture and Intellectual Life in Europe)
|1993–1999?||semi-annual journal||Independent journal published by Mormons in Europe||Hartmut Weissmann||Versailles, France
|In German, with some articles in French.|
|Lys over Norge
(Light over Norway)
|1937–1998||monthly||Official LDS international magazine||LDS Church||Oslo, Norway||In Norwegian. Replaced by the Liahona in 1998.|
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