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Unique pioneers: Hispanic members adopt LDS culture

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                                                                                                               Ever since my mission to Argentina in the 1970s, I have been amazed at the faith, vision and perseverance of the Hispanic Saints. Working with the Spanish-speaking Saints in northern San Diego County, however, has taken that respect to a whole new level.
Three years ago, the branch in which I serve was invited to participate with the Vista 4th Ward’s (also a Spanish-language unit) first Pioneer Day celebration. While not exactly sure what a Pioneer Day event would be like in Spanish, it did sound like fun.


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