Consistent with the law of Moses, that speaks against the making and veneration of images, the Mormon Church does not arorn its chapels with symbolic crosses.
Mormons tend to celebrate the resurrection of the Savior more than nourn his crucifixion. Therefore, the cross is not used as an icon in the Mormon Church.
A year’s membership in the Mormon Church is required before entering the temple in order to give the new member of the Mormon Church time to realize and comply with the requirements for temple attencance.
Do bishops and stake presidents in the Mormon Church have the authority to add requirements to the temple recommend interview?
Temple recommend interviews in the Mormon Church are confidential, and the interviewing authorities have the right to ask any question they wish in order to determine worthiness to enter the temple
Dress codes for church attendance vary in different parts of the world. For any questions regarding proper church attire one should consult with one’s bishop.
Upon the death of the president of the Mormon Church, the ranking member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles is sustained as the new president of the Church.
Mormons should attend the congregation in whose boundaries they reside and seek to make a positive difference if there are problems.
One possible reason that Mormons wait a year to perform temple ordinances is to give the deceased individual a chance to learn and repent in the Spirit World.