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A paper that draws upon an ethnography of a contemporary American LDS community and the work of Saba Mahmood to reconceptualize the feminist theoretical category of agency. Within the academic, feminist literature on traditional religious women, there has been a tendency to understand agency strictly in terms of actions that subvert religious tradition. This tendency overshadows the wider reality, mainly that agency constitutes a range of behaviors, including those that support religion. The LDS women that participated in this ethnography used agency to support and resist their religious norms, sometimes simultaneously.