Mormons Aim to Stop 'Baptism' of Holocaust Victims The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints makes another attempt to address concerns of Jewish groups who complain that Holocaust victims are showing up on Mormon baptism rolls. Mormons believe that after death, baptisms save souls. Ten years ago, Mormon leaders agreed to try to stop this practice. Now, they vow to try again.
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Mormons Aim to Stop 'Baptism' of Holocaust Victims

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Mormons Aim to Stop 'Baptism' of Holocaust Victims

Mormons Aim to Stop 'Baptism' of Holocaust Victims

Mormons Aim to Stop 'Baptism' of Holocaust Victims

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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints makes another attempt to address concerns of Jewish groups who complain that Holocaust victims are showing up on Mormon baptism rolls. Mormons believe that after death, baptisms save souls. Ten years ago, Mormon leaders agreed to try to stop this practice. Now, they vow to try again.