THE LECTURES

In the Leinster Lecture Hall, Molesworth street, yesterday afternoon [Dec. 10], a lecture on Christian Science was given by William D. McCrackan, M.A., a member of the board of lectureship of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass., U. S. A. There was a large attendance. The meeting was presided over by J. H. O'Loughlin, second reader, who in introducing the lecturer extended a cordial welcome to those present. He said that Christian Science had now been before the world for over thirty years, and notwithstanding misrepresentations and opposition, had established itself on a firm foundation, and had attracted to its standard a large following in almost every civilized country. This following included people of every class and practically every shade of religious training, and the natural consequence had been that the public desired to learn from a reliable source the reason for this sturdy growth.—Daily Express.

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