The Rome Italy Temple is considered a literal house of the Lord, where members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints regularly go to worship. Inside this holy building, faithful Church members make promises with God and come closer to Him through sacred ceremonies called ordinances.
The temple sits on a prominent site in Rome and has become a local landmark for locals, tourists, and travelers of all shapes and sizes.
Visitors are invited to enjoy the botanical gardens, the calming fountain flowing from the Temple towards the Christus, and enjoy the incredible grounds. While you’re visiting, stop by the Visitors’ Center for an interactive experience. 자세히 알아보기 >>
Many locals call it the Mormon Temple, but the actual name is the Rome Italy Temple. It is owned and operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Temples have been around for a long time. Moses had a tabernacle, Solomon built a beautiful temple, and Jesus taught at the temple in Jerusalem. Today, temples are built all over the world. In over 140 temples worldwide, faithful members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints find opportunities for peaceful reflection and for learning more about God’s plan of happiness. Inside temples, couples can be married for eternity, not just “’til death do you part.” Church members can also perform baptisms and other ordinances for their loved ones who died without receiving these blessings.
Temples are different than the regular chapels found around the world, where members meet for Sunday worship services. There are several chapels located near the Rome Temple, and visitors are always welcome to participate. Click here for more information about 예배 시간 및 장소.
After a temple is built or renovated, all are welcome to attend a public open house and tour the temple. After a temple has been dedicated, everyone is still welcome to enjoy the beautiful grounds and the Visitors’ Center. However, entrance into temples is then reserved for faithful members of the Church who wish to participate in the temple ceremonies.
Anyone, regardless of religion, is welcome to visit the Rome Italy Temple grounds, attend worship services in the chapel, research in the FamilySearch Library, tour the Visitors’ Center, and use the other facilities.
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For members of the Church, the Rome Italy Temple is meant to be a place of learning and a place of peace. It is a place where they can receive spiritual guidance for decisions in their lives. Because each temple is the House of the Lord, visiting the temple can help them feel a special closeness to God. This feeling can provide hope and direction during the challenges of life.
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints perform several ordinances in the Rome Temple. Ordinances are sacred acts that create a binding promise between God and a person who wishes to return to God’s presence.
Jesus taught that baptism was required to enter the kingdom of heaven. But what about people who die without having the chance to receive baptism?
In the Rome Italy Temple, faithful Church members are baptized on behalf of these people—a practice that also took place during biblical times. Participants dress in white and are baptized by immersion for family members who passed away without having been baptized into His Church. Baptisms for the dead give those who have passed on the opportunity to choose whether or not to accept that baptism and follow Jesus Christ.
The word endowment means gift. Those who receive the temple endowment receive various blessings, such as greater knowledge of God’s purposes and the power to resist temptation and follow Jesus Christ.
The endowment ceremony teaches of God’s love for all of His children and His plan for their happiness. Participants make special promises with God called covenants. They covenant to obey God’s commandments and follow Jesus Christ. In return, God promises wonderful blessings in this life and the opportunity to live with Him as eternal families after this life.
Marriage ceremonies called temple sealings also take place inside the Rome Italy Temple. Because God wants us to be happy forever, marriage and family relationships are meant to last far beyond “till death do you part.”
During a temple sealing, the bride and groom kneel and join hands across a simple altar. They promise to honor and love one another, and they commit to follow Jesus Christ. In return, they are promised sealing blessings of receiving all the Father has, including having their marriage and family last forever, even beyond death.
A Beacon to All
The Rome Temple is both a spiritual and literal beacon to those in Italy. It is a reminder to all that it is a place where individuals can go to make sacred promises with God, feel His spirit, and escape from the hectic demands of day-to-day life.
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Only members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints with an active temple recommend are currently allowed to enter the inside the Rome Italy Temple.
종교, 배경 또는 신념에 관계없이 모든 사람이 평화로운 반영 수영장과 정원을 즐기고 방문자 센터를 둘러보고 예술과 벽화를 통해 그리스도의 삶에 대해 배우고 일요일에 우리와 함께 할 수 있습니다. 고양된 예배.
성전은 말 그대로 주님의 집입니다. 그들은 개인이 하나님과 성스러운 약속을하고 그분의 영을 느끼고 일상 생활의 바쁜 요구에서 벗어날 수있는 곳입니다.
사원은 오랫동안 주변에있었습니다. 모세는 장막을 갖고 솔로몬은 아름다운 성전을 지었고 예수님은 예루살렘 성전에서 가르치 셨습니다. 오늘날 사원은 전 세계에 지어졌습니다. 성전 안에서 부부는“죽음이 헤어질 때까지”가 아니라 영원히 결혼 할 수 있습니다. 교회 회원들은 또한 이러한 축복을받지 않고 죽은 사랑하는 사람들을 위해 침례 및 기타 의식을 집행 할 수 있습니다.
교회 회원들은 전 세계 집회소에서 예배를 드리며 방문객들은 언제나 참여할 수 있습니다. 이러한 건물에는 이웃 예배당 또는 도시 건물의 임대 공간이 포함될 수 있습니다. 어쨌든이 집회소는 교회 회원들이 주일 예배와 주간 활동을 위해 정기적으로 모이는 곳입니다.
예. 사원 자체에 들어갈 수는 없지만 반사 수영장과 정원을 즐기고 방문자 센터를 둘러보고 예술과 벽화를 통해 그리스도의 삶에 대해 배우고 일요일에 우리와 함께하는 것을 환영합니다. 고양된 예배를 위해.
A common nickname for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is “mormon.” Another common nickname is the “LDS Church.” Thus people sometimes refer to the Rome Temple as the “mormon temple” or “LDS Temple.”
“몰몬”이라는 별명은 우리가 부르는 경전에서 유래했습니다. 몰몬경 : 예수 그리스도의 또 다른 성약. 몰몬경에 대해 자세히 알아보십시오.
“몰몬 교회”라는 용어는 오랫동안 교회에 별명으로 공개적으로 적용되었지만 승인 된 칭호가 아니며 교회는 사용을 권장하지 않습니다. 따라서 교회 이름 대신 약어 "LDS"또는 별명 "Mormon"을 사용하지 마십시오.
교회 회원을 언급 할 때 "예수 그리스도 후기 성도 교회 회원"또는 "후기 성도"라는 용어가 선호됩니다.