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Hi I'm Katalin!

I'm a naturally curly redhead. I claim Texas as home. I believe laughter is the solution to all problems. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a tall, red-headed Texan with my own opinions. I have completed three years at a University studying Business and English, and am currently taking a break to serve a mission for the Church in Fresno, California! I believe that laughing makes everything all better. I am obsessed with BBQ, football, and all things girly.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I have found this has the full truth that Heavenly Father has to offer! When I read the Book of Mormon and pray to God, I feel a peace that I know doesn't come from me. I am a Mormon because my great-great-grandfather took the challenge to read the Book of Mormon in Sweden. Because of his example, and his courage to follow what was right, I have been blessed to be raised in a home where the gospel defined every part of our relationships and upbringing!

How I live my faith

I am currently a sister missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints! Which means I am the girl version of the white-shirted young men that ride their bikes around town. I get to teach people how to come closer to Jesus Christ and help them live the commandments so that they can have the comfort, peace, and direction they are looking for in their lives!

What are Mormon women like? Do Mormons believe in equality of men and women?

Katalin!
Mormon women I think are some of the most well-treated women in the world. We have our own organization at Church where we meet to discuss things pertinent to our situations and help one another learn and grow. Mormon women seek to be the best examples for their children to help them see how being a virtuous woman blesses the lives of everyone around. Mormon women juggle many responsibilities, but through it all have the assurance that God is there to help in any way necessary to accomplish his purposes. Yes! Mormons believe in the equality of men and women. We believe that men and women each have specific responsibilities and capabilities to work together to provide the necessary environment to help people prepare to live with God again. Show more Show less