The wider world does not often glimpse the internal disputes of the
Mormon Church. Formally known as the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints, the fast-growing religion is expanding in places as
far-flung as Africa and Latin America, but most big decisions are still
made centrally by a church hierarchy in Salt Lake City.
Recently, though, a debate over a ramshackle church property in Harlem has spilled into public view. And perhaps it is no surprise what subject could raise passions strong enough to override Mormons’ aversion to airing differences outside the church: Manhattan real estate.
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