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All 27 Times Square Billboards Become Dedicated To Tell The True Story Of Christmas In Historic Display

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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in collaboration with several nonprofits, organized a powerful Christmas event in Times Square, New York City.

The “Light the World” campaign featured a 30-minute spiritual spectacle, showcasing the Nativity, celestial motifs, and logos of charitable organizations.

The event aimed to convey the true spirit of Christmas and encourage people to embrace it by letting their light shine for others.

The display deeply moved onlookers and served as a reminder of the holiday’s meaning in a secular setting.

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