I digress, but if most Mormons are like Isaac. They are some real nice people. Real Talk.
The Salt Lake Tribune has its own section devoted to covering the Church of Latter Day Saints. In a Mormon heavy city, I did not know what to expect come Easter Sunday, but there was a fair amount of coverage.
There were listings published where to find local Easter egg hunts as well as faith in action with church services.
I am not from the country, so I found this article by Dawn House in the money section to be funny where the author seriously writes about chickens and how the people of Utah can eat one egg per day. It is nice to recognize food banks that give eggs and more to people in need. The part about crunching numbers as to how many eggs a chicken lays in a year and how self-sufficient people of Utah are, just can't be taken completely serious by the New Yorker. It's eggs, nobody will ever have to just eat eggs to survive. My life is no different after learning those stats about how those chickens lay eggs.
I was more drawn to this article by Peggy Fletcher Stack of the lifestyle section of the site. She taks about the different ways Mormons celebrate Easter and sometimes try to get educated about Christ. From art, sermons, and quiet traditions, there are things that Mormons do on Easter sunday to share their beliefs and honor others. It was anice take on members of the Church of Latter Day Saints. Neat.
By Tuesday, Mormons were back to headlining the site with an article about a new online push to ordain women in the priesthood. Sounds pretty interesting, but since I am not a Mormon I'm not totally drawn to keep reading.