“The installation of the angel Moroni atop the steeple of the new Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints temple is a momentous event,” said Winnipeg City Councillor Janice Lukes. “Not only does the angel Moroni have significant religious importance, I think it represents the reality of a very long-awaited dream — the arrival of a temple in Winnipeg.”
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