LDS History, 2000

LDS History Chronology /Timeline

-- During 2000
35,331 new missionaries sent out. (1)

All international magazines renamed Liahona. (1)

By the end of this year, there are 102 operating temples, 52 of which are outside the U.S. . (1)

Gordon B. Hinckley publishes Standing for Something. (1)

LDSRadio Network transferred under the management of MSTAR.NET. (1)

Salt Lake City population is 181,743. (1)

Utah population is about 2. million. (1)

-- During 2000-present
[Sunstone Editor/Publisher] William Stanford, Publisher (2)

-- During 2000
[Thomas S. Monson] Dedicated the Louisville Kentucky, Reno Nevada, Tampico Mexico, Villahermosa Mexico, Merida Yucatan Mexico and Veracruz Mexico temples. (3)

-- Jan 13, 2001
[Hinckley] Named one of the most admired men in the world for the second consecutive year by an annual survey of Americans - included on the list were Pope John Paul II, President Bill Clinton, Gen. Colin Powell and President-elect George W. Bush (4)

-- Jan 15, 2001
[U.S. Religious History] Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore was sworn into office, pledging that "God's law will be publicly acknowledged in our court." (5)

-- Jan 20, 2001
At the inauguration of U.S. President George W. Bush, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir sang in the inaugural parade in Washington, D.C., the sixth time the choir has participated in presidential inauguration festivities. (6)

[Mormon Tabernacle Choir] The choir performs at the inauguration of President George W. Bush. (7)

1 - Sherry Baker: Mormon Media History Timeline: 1827-2007,
2 - Wikipedia, Sunstone Magazine,
3 - Deseret News, Timeline: Thomas S. Monson,,5143,695250351,00.html
4 - LDS Newsroom, Time line of Significant Events as President,
5 - Cline, Austin, History of American Religion: Timeline
6 - Church News: Historical Chronology of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,
7 - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Newsroom,

Mormon History Timeline /Chronology