California to Get Three New Mormon Temples to Make State Second Only to Utah in Number of LDS Temples
388527 06: A view of the exterior of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints temple April 21, 2001 in San Diego, CA. The church will soon be one of seven in California, as construction begins on three new Mormon temples in Sacramento, Newport Beach, and Redlands, which makes California second only to Utah in the number of LDS temples. Entry into the temples is restricted to faithful Latter-day Saints Mormons who have been baptized in the LDS church, confirmed, and received a "temple recommend." All men must have been ordained to the Melchizadek Priesthood. The church's second largest temple is location in Los Angeles. (Photo by David McNew/Newsmakers)
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April 30, 2001
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