In the wake of revelations about sexual abuse, Mormon leaders are grappling with the questions they should be answering: Why did we abandon a church founded by Joseph Smith?
And what does it mean to be a Christian in the age of Trump?
This week, we’re talking with Trinity Episcopal Church’s president, St. James the Younger, who has been in the pulpit for years, but who is also the first woman to lead the church’s church in North America.
In this exclusive interview, St._James the Younger explains why she believes that women should not be allowed to lead Mormon congregations, and how she sees the church becoming more inclusive as time goes on.
The first woman leader in the LDS Church, St James the Elder was born and raised in Ireland.
She came to the United States when she was seven years old, when her parents immigrated from Ireland.
When she was young, her father went on to serve in the US Army and her mother worked for the U.S. government.
St. Mary’s, the first Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Ireland, was founded in 1844, and in 1890 it became the first Protestant church in the United Kingdom.
She married her husband, St Thomas More, in 1840, and they had five children.
She then became the presiding elder of the congregation at the St. George’s Episcopal Church in San Francisco, and then in 1872 she was ordained a deaconess and served in the San Francisco Mission during the Civil War.
In 1876 she moved to California and served as a missionary there for 18 years, teaching children in the Missionary Training School for Women.
In 1894, she became a deaconswoman at the Mission in Santa Barbara, where she met and married a local man named Thomas More.
They had five kids, four of whom became deacons.
She married again in 1897 and the couple had six children, three of whom married and had four more children.
After their death in 1907, Thomas More donated his land to the Church, which gave St. Thomas More the right to grow his land, but he did not.
He had his land sold to a man named Joseph B. Wirthlin, who also owned a farm.
Wires were sold, and St. More went into debt to support his family.
In 1906, she married St. Paul Willett, a Presbyterian minister, and the two had three children: Joseph, whom she had baptized in 1903, and Martha, whom St. Willett baptized in 1908.
Martha died in 1924 at the age the church considered too old for baptism.
St Paul Willet was also a prominent member of the Mission and later served as president of the First Presidency.
In 1937, the First Vision Church in Salt Lake City was founded by St. Louis Wirthlins son, J.W. Willet.
St Willets wife, Ruth Willets, was baptized as well.
In 1944, the church was organized, and on March 4, 1952, it was declared a mission.
That year, the mission was in the Philippines and St Willett was there in a missionary capacity.
On that day, a typhoon hit Manila, Philippines, destroying the Mission’s office, headquarters, and many buildings.
The mission went bankrupt in 1956, and its buildings were destroyed by the earthquake.
The church lost its mission.
In 1960, St Willet, a missionary for the LDS church in Brazil, died.
On January 2, 1970, his wife Ruth Willett died, too.
On July 2, 1973, St Joseph Willett became the second person to die in the church since its founding.
St Joseph died in 1977 at age 73.
The church was reorganized as a mission in 1978, and as of the 2015 general conference, the Missionaries of Jesus and Mary is the largest of the Mormon faith.
The organization now has more than 100,000 missionaries worldwide, and serves a diverse population of people from across the globe.
It is difficult for women in the Church to hold positions of leadership, said St. Joseph Willet of the church.
Women are not expected to be leaders of their own families.
In fact, it is very difficult for them to become pastors in the first place.
So when a woman becomes a member of a church, it does not take her long to realize that it is not the place for her.
That is why she goes to the Mission.
I am so grateful to the First Church of Christ of the Latter-Day Saints for giving me this opportunity, said Sister Ruth Willet in an interview with The Salt Lake Tribune.
I feel a special connection to the people of the Salt Lake Valley.
It is my home and my home is here, and I am going to make this home my home.
St James has a great legacy in the mission field, and she will always be the person who has led us.
St. James said the