Also a former Mormon here. And yes to their seminary in the mornings before school. They do learn their doctrines, but what is not readily taught is the real history of their faith, but rather a white-washed version. Their leaders have done a bit better at being transparent some areas, but still much is not acknowledged.
In fact there have been faithful scholarly members of their church, who, in the interest of history, have tried to set the record straight. Grant Palmer, recently deceased, comes to mind, who was a member of CES (church educational system) who did just that with a book that looked honestly at the LDS history, and wrote about it. He was disfellowshipped. He still remained employed by the LDS church’s educational system and the church never disputed what he wrote, but most members would claim what he wrote was “anti-Mormon”.
Anything that takes an honest look at Mormonism that doesn’t put them in a good light is labelled “anti-Mormon”.
I’m grateful that we Catholics can look at all the bad that that happened in the Church and be honest about. We are encourage to be honest about our history; not white wash it.
Anyway, I often wonder about the crisis of faith many Mormons experience when they come to see how much they have been lied to about their history etc., that is why I asked the question.