Mormon baptisms of Holocaust victims draw ire

Mormon baptisms of Holocaust victims draw ire

Holocaust victims, grandparents of famous figures have been baptized
Mormons are posthumously baptizing Holocaust victims as well as grandparents of public figures, despite church rules intended to restrict the ceremonies to a member’s ancestors, according to a researcher Helen Radkey, who has spent two decades monitoring the church’s massive genealogical database.
Flowers bloom in front of the Salt Lake Temple, at Temple Square, in Salt Lake City. Mormons are posthumously baptizing Holocaust victims as well as grandparents of public figures like Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and Steven Spielberg, despite church rules intended to restrict the ceremonies to a member’s ancestors, according to a researcher who has spent two decades monitoring the church’s massive genealogical database.
Helen Radkey has spent two decades monitoring the church’s massive genealogical database.

Mormon baptisms of Holocaust victims draw ire

Mormons are posthumously baptizing Holocaust victims as well as grandparents of public figures, despite church rules intended to restrict the ceremonies to a member’s ancestors, according to a researcher Helen Radkey, who has spent two decades monitoring the church’s massive genealogical database.
Flowers bloom in front of the Salt Lake Temple, at Temple Square, in Salt Lake City. Mormons are posthumously baptizing Holocaust victims as well as grandparents of public figures like Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and Steven Spielberg, despite church rules intended to restrict the ceremonies to a member’s ancestors, according to a researcher who has spent two decades monitoring the church’s massive genealogical database.
Helen Radkey has spent two decades monitoring the church’s massive genealogical database.
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