The Striking Progress of Christian Science

Under the above heading a recent issue of the New York Sun contains an editorial of considerable length from which we quote the following:—

"The meeting of Christian Scientists at their Mother Church at Boston, last Sunday, to commune together and to listen to a written address sent by Mrs. Eddy, the Founder of the cult, was an assemblage whose profound significance cannot be denied. So great was the attendance, estimated at ten thousand, that four different services identical in character had to be held during the day and evening in order to accommodate the crowd, and in it were representatives from European countries, some of them of social distinction.

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