The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ (LDS) “Priesthood of Jesus” was established by President John Taylor Smith in 1890, and its ranks are composed largely of Mormons who have served in positions of leadership in the church’s government and in its various charitable organizations.

In an interview with The Washington Post, Joseph F. Smith III, the church spokesman, said the Church had not seen any evidence that Mormons were paid to be porn stars.

“We don’t have that in our membership.

We don’t pay members for any of that,” Smith said.

“I don’t know of any Mormon that does that.

It would be helpful to know about it.” “

If they did, it would give the members a lot of information about the church.

It would be helpful to know about it.”

When asked if the Church was paid to appear in pornography, Smith replied, “No, I don’t believe that.

I don, but it’s something that would certainly be a concern if we had that knowledge.”

In the interview, Smith did not clarify how much money the Church has paid performers to appear on its TV programs.

But, he did say, “we have not paid anybody to appear.”

Faced with a demand for information about Mormon pornography, the Church’s press office sent The Washington Examiner a list of more than a dozen porn stars it had paid to speak to the press.

The list includes members of the Church, celebrities such as singer Christina Aguilera, comedian Amy Schumer, actress Kate Hudson, and former members of President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign.

The Church has a history of not paying members for speaking engagements.

In 2015, The Church said it had stopped paying paid members for appearances at a conference in San Francisco.

“The Church of Christ of Jesus is committed to protecting and preserving the privacy of its members,” the statement said.

In a 2015 letter to The Washington Times, the LDS Church’s then-prophet, Joseph Smith Jr., wrote that the Church “has a policy of never paying or otherwise paying or agreeing to pay any money to anyone for the performance of a speech.”

“If we were to have to pay a fee for this speech, it is possible that the payment could be in the form of a donation to the Church or other organizations.”

Smith’s letter, which was posted online in February, was written before the Church announced plans to cut $100 million from its $50 million budget, which it said was necessary to pay for the church-sponsored conferences.

“There are no costs for the services we provide, and in some cases, we do not even pay the people that perform them,” the letter said.

But the Church said that it would pay the fees to the performers.

“For these reasons, we are committed to ensuring that all members of The Church are fully compensated for their time and talents,” a statement said at the time.

“When we have the ability to pay, we will pay.

In the past, we have paid for the performances of other individuals who were also paid to provide services, such as a church leader who was paid by the Church.”