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Church sub-domains update

I had a few drafts and was going to post about these separately, but I’ve collected enough that I’ll just do one update. Here are a few more sub-domains that the Church has that all conveniently redirect you to the appropriate section of the main LDS.org site.

  • http://podcasts.lds.org/ or http://rss.lds.org/ – redirects to a page where you can find all of the podcasts and rss feeds (both sub-domains take you to the same place)
  • http://yw.lds.org/ or http://youngwomen.lds.org/ – redirects to Young Women area of the Serving in the Church section (both sub-domains take you to the same place)
  • http://reliefsociety.lds.org/ – redirects to the Relief Society area of the Serving in the Church section (note that unlike the additional abbreviated sub-domain for YM, there is no rs.lds.org sub-domain that works as of right now)
  • http://clerk.lds.org/ – redirects to the Clerk and Technology Support area of the Serving in the Church section

I’ve added these to the Official web sites of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints page and also reorganized that page a bit.

What Church RSS feeds to I follow?

I’m a computer guy by profession. I generally feel that you can never have too much information. I love the Church, so if you mix those things together, I feel that I just can’t get enough information about the Church, or what is going on with the Church. I don’t subscribe to every blog out there, as some of them are just not my style. Here is a list of the ones that I do follow:

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There are some here that are not active anymore, and I need to clean those up. As I mentioned before, NothingWavering.org has allowed me to eliminate individual blogs. That site provides a feed that collects the feeds from many other sites (including this one).

You’ll see that I have several Google Alerts as well. It’s interesting to read about the Church in the news in various parts of the world. I’m also a fan/student of Church history, so I like to follow a couple of phrases that might have some shared information with our “cousins”.

If you are interested, you can download an OPML file of these feeds here.

You can also find individual links here (remember, some of the links are old):