Rome Dedication

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Rome Dedication

Postby brofisher » Wed Mar 06, 2019 2:08 pm

Will the Rome temple dedication be broadcast and where can we find the broadcast?

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Re: Rome Dedication

Postby russellhltn » Wed Mar 06, 2019 2:10 pm

Temple dedications are typically only broadcast within the temple district to the meetinghouses in those districts.
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Re: Rome Dedication

Postby lajackson » Wed Mar 06, 2019 2:47 pm

In additional to what russellhltn said, those who attend at designated meetinghouses are required to have special temple recommends from their bishops or branch presidents to participate in the dedication broadcast. Temple dedications are not broadcast over the Internet for anyone to view.

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Re: Rome Dedication

Postby russellhltn » Wed Mar 06, 2019 4:16 pm

lajackson wrote:In additional to what russellhltn said, those who attend at designated meetinghouses are required to have special temple recommends from their bishops or branch presidents to participate in the dedication broadcast.

The cultural celebration on Saturday is open to all, but still limited to the district.

Now, there has been significant dedications that have had a wider audience. The Kirtland temple comes to mind. But that's the only exception I can remember. I don't know as Rome would fall into the same category.
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Re: Rome Dedication

Postby jonesrk » Wed Mar 06, 2019 5:48 pm

russellhltn wrote:
lajackson wrote:In additional to what russellhltn said, those who attend at designated meetinghouses are required to have special temple recommends from their bishops or branch presidents to participate in the dedication broadcast.

The cultural celebration on Saturday is open to all, but still limited to the district.

Now, there has been significant dedications that have had a wider audience. The Kirtland temple comes to mind. But that's the only exception I can remember. I don't know as Rome would fall into the same category.

The Palmyra temple and the Samoa temple both were broadcast here as well. Although I believe the Samoa temple was just to the Samoan units in the area.
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Re: Rome Dedication

Postby lajackson » Wed Mar 06, 2019 6:43 pm

And I believe the Winter Quarters Temple. But they were each broadcast only to stake centers and recommends were required to participate. I would expect that much of the Rome Temple dedication service(s) will be in Italian.

I have seen some cultural celebrations broadcast on the Internet, though not publicized. I actually watched one of the Arizona ones. Of course, they do not do those any longer.

There will be a devotional for the youth on Saturday evening. They do a devotional now instead of a cultural celebration.

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Re: Rome Dedication

Postby sbradshaw » Thu Mar 07, 2019 8:08 am

russellhltn wrote:Now, there has been significant dedications that have had a wider audience. The Kirtland temple comes to mind.

I'm guessing you mean Nauvoo, since the last time the Kirtland temple was dedicated, video broadcasts didn't exist... :)
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Re: Rome Dedication

Postby brofisher » Thu Mar 07, 2019 9:16 am

Thanks all...... FYI
I contacted salt lake and it will be broadcast to the satke centers. There will need to be a speacial recommend issued to each person. Just kike all of you have suggested. The broadcast time for our area will be 1 am 5 am and 8 am

Thanks for your feedback


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