The president and modern day prophet of the LDS Church has died.
"With the shrewdness of a politician, Hinckley downplayed the more controversial aspects of LDS history. He welcomed the world to Utah for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, promising everyone they could get a drink here and accepted one of America's highest honors - the Presidential Medal of Freedom. He highlighted Mormon commonality with other Christians, forging alliances with other faith groups while scolding LDS Church members for being too clannish, self-righteous and unfriendly to their neighbors. "
To quote Yoda: "Always two, there are; no more, no less: a master and an apprentice." Was he the Sith Lord or the apprentice?