Notes from the Publishing House

Supporting Our Periodicals

Because of requests which continue to reach the Publishing Society for speakers to address meetings held in the interest of The Christian Science Monitor, it may be timely to refer to the report of the Clerk of The Mother Church to the last Annual Meeting, which stated, "These requests have grown to a point where they are so frequent that it is becoming difficult to respond, particularly as the number of branch churches and societies is increasing."

For over two and a half years the staff of the Publishing Society have responded to calls for speakers for the purpose of interesting church members and others in our daily newspaper. The Publishing Society now favors the custom, when church meetings for similar purposes are called, of branches developing the programs without calling upon the staff of the Publishing Society.

This does not mean that interest in the Monitor, as well as our other periodicals, should lag; but, rather, that branch churches and societies should have broader opportunity of developing inspiring programs and effective methods of arousing interest in our messengers of Truth and Love.

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The Lectures
November 15, 1924

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