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Maurine Jensen Proctor

Meet Author Maurine Jensen Proctor
Maurine Jensen Proctor is the Editor-in-Chief of Meridian Magazine.
Author's Published Articles
2009-08-22

Here is a candid interview with Richard Bushman, emeritus professor of history from Columbia University, who has published his ...

2009-04-27

On August 11, President Bush nominated Utah's affable LDS governor to head the Environmental Protection Agency, and soon he wil...

2009-04-27

If you had already been born and were a member of the Church, June 9, 1978, you remember in vivid detail exactly where you were...

2009-04-27

As reporters for Meridian, we are often on the frontlines of Church events, finding the key players to interview to get the ins...

2009-04-27

Historic sites tend to be developed, torn down, trampled and forgotten unless someone is there to preserve them....

2009-04-27

Advertising to the younger generation is big business....

2009-04-27

Jim Gartner was a perfect choice to direct a movie based on heart - and the spontaneous applause that has broken out in some th...

2009-04-27

So what if you had been a German missionary and were now a soldier in Germany fighting in World War II?And what if your special...

2009-04-27

The self-conceit and disdain of the media elite toward our nation's founding is one of the reasons that I am planning to gather...

2009-04-27

A renown artist and member of the church Brian Kershisnik. Come read bout his life and his paintings....

2009-04-27

Here is a candid interview with Richard Bushman, emeritus professor of history from Columbia University, who has published his ...

2009-04-27

God sometimes answers your pleas for help in invisible ways, like a silent hand upon your shoulder, a waft of light across your...

2009-04-27

Staff Sergeant James W. Cawley's body came home Sunday night amidst a light snow, the same day that President Hinckley mentione...

2009-04-27

The media has taken us to a Salt Lake neighborhood filled with yellow and light blue balloons to welcome home Elizabeth; they h...

2009-04-27

Growing up in Communist-held Czechoslovakia, Olga Kovarova knew religion was against the law....

2009-04-27

Ron Packard's years in Congress have been under girded with the question, "What can I do to help preserve and protect good prin...

2009-04-27

The first native Mormon in Mali received an unforgettable lesson in courage....

2009-04-27

In 1856 in Wyoming's high mountains, members of the Willie and Martin handcart companies watched their rations disappear, their...

2009-04-27

Two years ago as a missionary in Russia, Elder Andrew Probst was kidnapped. Now he tells the story behind the headlines....

2009-04-27

Everyone had given up on ten-year-old Josh Dennis, missing for five days, except one man....

2009-04-27

Triumph in the midst of Rwandan "ethnic cleansing."...

2009-04-27

It was on a Sunday afternoon in December 1996, when the world was busy celebrating the Savior, that their little red Diahatsu w...

2009-04-27

The election in the United States is only a few days away and the future of the family is on the line. Many races are tight and...

2009-04-27

In all of recorded history, every society has been based on the foundation of marriage, and now America is on the verge of a ra...

2009-04-27

You are invited to a World Congress of Families regional meeting sponsored by United Families and a host of like-minded friends...

2009-04-27

If ever there was a snapshot of the arguments that will fire the same-sex marriage political battles heating up this year, it w...

2009-04-27

"Look to God and Live"...

2009-04-27

The Republican National Committee is looking for a few good Latter-day Saints to help in this 11th hour. Why would they target ...

2009-04-27

When it comes to how candidly the press is covering troublesome issues about homosexuality, Meridian has made some waves--and s...

2009-04-27

Last week two long-anticipated studies were released on the sexual abuse scandal that has plagued the Catholic Church, and it i...

2009-04-27

The last time things were at such a fever pitch in Massachusetts the Red Coats were coming, and in the name of freedom the loca...

2009-04-27

Robert Bork, a pivotal player in the culture war, says that activist judges are changing the cultural landscape of the world as...

2009-04-27

Last week's 6-3 Supreme Court decision overturning Texas' sodomy law has met with nearly deafening silence by Meridian's reader...

2009-04-27

They used to call Africa the Dark Continent, so named because we knew so little about it. Journalists did not pierce its events...

2009-04-27

At Meridian, we believe in standing for something and we try to highlight people and organizations who will stand for the value...

2009-04-27

All nine Republican candidates for president tried to convince values voters they were the man this weekend at the Washington B...

2009-04-27

The man behind such seminal LDS albums as Greater than Us All and Women at the Well shares an interactive musical and visual te...

2009-04-27

In an interview with Meridian's editor, Kurt shared the man behind the mystique....

2009-04-27

Four Latter-day Saints died and one is still missing following the terrorist attacks on September 11. Mary Alice Wahlstrom and ...

2009-04-27

Elaine Cannon, former general Young Women's President of the Church passed away on Monday, May 19. We honor her as a great lead...

2009-04-27

At Meridian we were surprised to learn that a syndicated radio talk show host was of our faith-and we hadn't heard about him. O...

2009-04-27

The touching story of a mother and daughter killed on 9/11. Their family recount the year-long struggle and the hope that they ...

2009-04-27

Meridian talks up close and personal with Michael McLean, famed LDS singer/songwriter....

2009-04-27

LDS Co-anchor Wakes Up America...

2009-04-27

The Dean of the George Washington Law School never looked to have a dashing resume, but he followed what compelled him. That ha...

2009-04-27

Chuck Allen Handcrafts the Windows of the Nauvoo Temple...

2009-04-27

The Dean of the George Washington Law School never looked to have a dashing resume, but he followed what compelled him. That ha...

2009-04-27

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2009-04-27

Meridian is announcing a new travel partnership with an old friend. We are going to take you on cruises and land tours in conju...

2009-04-27

The outpouring of gratitude from the African-American community following the recent release by the Church of a CD containing t...

2009-04-27

Our spiritual thoughts are much bigger than our words can express....

2009-04-27

In a highly charged debate, the Supreme Court is hearing a case that could impact the future of Scouting in America....

2009-04-21

In an interview with Meridian's editor, Kurt shared the man behind the mystique. ...

2009-04-19

The man behind such seminal LDS albums as Greater than Us All and Women at the Well shares an interactive musical and visual te...

2009-03-10

"The Field is White Already to Harvest" (D&C 4; 11-12: 14-18; 31; 33; 75; Our Heritage, page 11)...

2009-02-10

"The First Principles and Ordinances of the Gospel"...

2006-12-29

If you want to be genuinely cheered at year's end, take a few minutes to contemplate just a few of the top LDS stories of 2006....

2006-05-09

So often we are troubled and hurried, wearied and overworked. Our life is like the journey the Jaredites anticipated across the...

2005-09-12

We have thousands of Katrina's homeless. We have thousands of people across America with extra beds. How do you connect these t...

2005-09-07

Nothing could have prepared Denise Allbee for the sights and emotions she's seen working with refugees from the flood....

2005-06-07

President Hinckley announced yesterday that Kim Clark, Dean of the Harvard Business School, will now take the reins as Presiden...

2005-05-25

They do everything big in Texas—even Church events. When President Hinckley said that he wanted the youth to celebrate and ma...

2005-05-05

That the Library of Congress would sponsor an unprecedented conference on Joseph Smith marks that the rise of the Latter-day Sa...

2005-01-03

It's that irresistible time of year again when no self-respecting editors can resist the urge to compile their top ten stories ...

2004-08-06

David B. Haight, 97, the oldest man to serve in the apostleship in this dispensation, was remembered Thursday at his funeral se...

2004-07-28

Report of his Memorial Service “I know of no other man of so much good can be said,” noted President Gordon B. Hinckley. "I...

2004-07-26

How could Neal Maxwell be so kind to just another random face in the crowd? ...

2004-07-08

“The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints favors a constitutional amendment preserving marriage as the lawful union of...

2004-01-22

Without priesthood power and direction, without the authorization of the Church, with no hope of receiving the priesthood himse...

2004-01-09

Elder Glenn Pace told the African Saints that in the premortal world, it may have been that the Lord said, "Who will go to Ghan...

2004-01-08

Early in the morning of February 16, 1998, President Gordon B. Hinckley visited a prospective temple site in Accra, Ghana and l...

2003-07-11

Not since an arson set fire to the Nauvoo Temple in 1848 has a temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints been r...

2000-03-31

Even with word spreading quickly across the country, those interested in the restored gospel fit neatly into Peter and Mary Whi...