“We should reach out positively to express our concern and love for those with whom we disagree,” President Oaks said. “We should seek to find common ground on which to stand with those who might otherwise consider us their enemies. Followers of Christ should be examples of civility."
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To encourage young adults to linger and mingle before and after the broadcast, buildings on Temple Square will be open from 3 to 9 p.m. A list of available experiences in those buildings can be found here.
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