This web page is dedicated to the accomplishments of Park Romney
dealings with the Mormon Church
Who is Park Romney?
is the second cousin of presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
Like most of Mitt's family and extended family, Park Romney
was raised a member of the LDS Church
He was an active member for most of his life obtaining the office of High Priest in the Mormon faith.
requested that his
name be removed from the records of the church in 2004 after coming to believe that the LDS Church
is not what it claims to be.
It features several interviews with Apostle Jeffrey Holland and many others including Park Romney
Available in its entirety on youtube here.
Posted Interview with Park Romney
about Mormonism and Mitt Romney: Frequently Asked Questions
Park Romney radio interview - 6/15/2011
Why Trifle with Mormonism? by Park Romney - 5/2/2013
Book authored by Park
in 2011: "The Apostasy of a High Priest".
Available now at Amazon
Park B. Romney
, of the Mormon Romney's, breaks a 5 year silence with this astounding retraction of his
testimony of the divine authority of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
, more commonly known as the Mormon Church
Romney, a former High Priest of the Mormon Church, presents this poignant and challenging commentary on the sociology of the Mormon culture with inescapable questions about its doctrines.
Groundbreaking by several accounts, it is a "must-read" for anyone interested in the social dynamics of one of the largest and most influential multinational conglomerates on the planet, the Mormon Church
Park B. Romney, born in Spokane, Washington, in 1956 was ordained as High Priest in the Mormon Melchizedek priesthood in 1982.
He served in two successive Mormon Bishoprics as "Counselor", and as a member of a Stake Mission Presidency.
asked to have his
name removed from the records of the Church in 2004, having concluded that he
could no longer support the claims of the Church's divine authority.
is seen here standing next to the gravestone of Miles Romney in St. George, which is a historical landmark.