Issue of March 4, 2018
Mt. Province

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Trace family roots in Session in Bloom booth
by Press release

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Baguio launched the Family History booth for the first time at the Session Road in Bloom.

The Church welcomes everyone to visit the booth from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Elder Evan A. Schmutz, a member of the Church’s Philippine Area Presidency, said that the booth aims to search family ancestors so that the words of the Prophet Malachi in the Old Testament will be fulfilled in which said, “He will turn the hearts of the fathers to their children, and the hearts of the children to their fathers.”

Schmutz said that “as we search out our ancestors, to find their names, to find stories about them, we are now linking together generations.”

He also narrated the story of the first inhabitants of Baguio City and of the efforts they made in maintaining their traditions and their family history records, as narrated to him by some of the indigenous peoples who are members of the Church.

The Family History records of the Church is the largest depository of names in the world.

Over four billion records are preserved from every nation.

A mobile application has also been launched by the Church named FamilySearch that enables a faster and easier way to search, create, and organize the family tree of an individual.

The mobile app aims to preserve the culture, memories, and photos of each family for future generations and to help family relationships become closer and stronger.

Schmutz and his wife, Sister Cindy Schmutz; Stake (Diocese) President Edison M. Cabrito; Baguio Philippine Stake and his wife, Sister Florciele Cabrito; Danilo Quinto, Baguio Stake Family History Director; Councilor Leandro Yangot; former city councilor Lulu Tabanda; and Baguio Flower Festival Foundation Inc. trustee Anthony de Leon, led the ribbon cutting and opening ceremony of the Family History booth.

Schmutz thanked those who participated in the event and to the Church leaders for supporting the Family History booth, which can help spread the good news of doing genealogy works.

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