125 years ago today - Oct 28, 1897; Thursday

The subject of exclusion from the Temple of persons not qualified to receive their endowments was further considered, with the result that the following rule was adopted by the Council:

"That no one of either [sex] be admitted to the Temple to be sealed to their parents when they exceed the age of 18 in the case of girls, and 21 in that of boys, without having received their endowments; but that parents shall have the privilege of having their children receive their endowments younger than those ages and also sealed to them, provided they come properly recommended".

[First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve minutes]

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