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Light Don and Catherine Thorpe, "Remembering the Light," Liahona/Tambuli, August
1994, page 34. This article makes reference to "Torchlight 90", a
multi-stake LDS Young Women camp held in the summer of 1990, near L'Aquila.
Youth Conference-Italian Style "FYI: For Your Information, LDS Youth
Conference-Italian Style," New Era, January 1974, page 15. Brief report of
the 1973 Youth Conference held in Lido degli Estensi (FE).
Three Orphans in the Far
West Salvatore Velluto,"Three Orphans in the Far West" From the
Chisone Valley to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake. The long journey of three young
Italians headed for the Promised Land.
150 Years Ago: First Italian Pioneers in
Utah Salvatore Velluto,"150 Years Ago: First Italian Pioneers in Utah" As part of the "Columbus Day" celebration, the University of Utah hosted a
conference to mark the 150th anniversary of the arrival of Antoinette, Daniel and James
Bertoch to Salt Lake City.
The last two articles also appear
in the magazine "In Piazza" (page 17, Winter 2004) and on the Notiziario Locale of the
magazine "Liahona" (marzo 2005)
Republic of San Marino
The First LDS Chapel in Italy
Salvatore Velluto, "The First LDS Chapel in Italy" The unknown and
almost forgotten story of the construction of the first house of worship of The Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Italy.
- The Italian version
of this article is available here - The Italian
version of this article also appeared on the magazine "Liahona" ("Notizie Locali," April
2005, pgs. 11-14)
History of the Church in Vicenza (1959-1966) Text of a letter, written in 1966 by Clinton G. Gillespie, President of the Vicenza Servicemen's Branch, Paul H. Kelly, Counselor in the Italian
District of the Swiss Mission.