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About Latter-day Apostles

Explore Church History from a new perspective! "Latter-day Apostles" lets you see what the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles looked like at any point in modern history. Tap any apostle's picture to read biographical information.

Drag the slider from 1832 to the present day to see who the leaders were in that year. Or just spin the wheel and see what happens. Or for more precise control, select the calendar button in the toolbar to select an exact date.

First Presidency chronology data based on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chronology_of_the_First_Presidency_(LDS_Church)

Quorum chronology data based on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chronology_of_the_Quorum_of_the_Twelve_Apostles_(LDS_Church)#Chart

We have made every effort to be accurate. If you find any errors in the dates or names or pictures of the apostles, please let us know and we will fix it ASAP.

This app is a research project funded by Brigham Young University Hawaii, however the contents are the responsibility of its developers. This app is not an "official" publication of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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Very fun and interesting to know the order of succession. The app works well too.
Dora R
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Great tool for seeing how the 12 and first presidency evolved with the death of members through the years.
Richard Shockley
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Wow - this is amazing!
Robert Paul
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I love this app ❤️
Addy jill
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Clearly
Yepay Koy
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¿Por qué hay imagenes que estan completamente en negro y que anteriormente se podia ver?
Moisés Joaquín Rivas Palma