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Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication for the Year Ended September 30, 1923
The attitude of the press continues to be friendly. Many times Christian Science has been referred to in a kindly way. Popular opinion in our country on the whole seems to be more appreciative of Christian Science, and more conscious of the great good this teaching is bringing to the world. Whereas Christian Science has been mentioned quite frequently in the papers, the occasions where corrections have been required have been comparatively few. The Christian Science church and societies of Holland delegated me to present an address to Her Majesty the Queen on the occasion of the twenty-fifth anniversary of her reign. In a letter the Queen afterwards expressed her appreciation of and gratitude for this act. Attendance at the lectures is steadily increasing. In November, a lecture was delivered in The Hague and in Amsterdam; and all the leading newspapers in The Hague and some in other places readily gave space in their columns to a short annoucement of the lecture and the report of it furnished by the Committee on Publication. A special number of Eenheid, containing a Dutch translation of the full text of the lecture was distributed to the visitors and much appreciated by them, as it somewhat compensates the difficulty many people experience of taking in all that is said about the vast subject of Christian Science in a lecture in a foreign language. Several papers have reprinted articles from The Christian Science Monitor. First Church of Christ, Scientist, The Hague, succeeded in getting the announcement of its services into the list of church services published in the principal daily papers. Articles appearing in the Dutch press and suitable for the columns of "Signs of the Times" in the Sentinel have been forwarded. One of my fellow-passengers on the steamer from New York to Holland, the editor of a well-known Brooklyn paper, asked me to write an article on the standing of Christian Science in Europe. Subsequently, this American paper printed an article by the Committee on Publication for Holland.
Heralds of Christ
PAUL STARK SEELEY
KATHERINE E. VARGA
ALEC B. MURRAY
Music in Church Services
GRACE W. BOWER
The Dissolving of Shadows
HANNAH M. FRANKEN
EDNA L. EARNEST
The adherents of Christian Science, accepting the precepts...
Charles E. Heitman, Committee on Publication for the State of New York,
A recent issue contained a report of a progressive address...
S. Britton R. Foster, Committee on Publication for the Province of Ontario, Canada,
The book "Christianity and Christian Science—a Contrast"...
Edward Warwick Broadbent, Acting Committee on Publication for Yorkshire, England,
According to a report which appeared in your paper,...
William Capell, Committee on Publication for the State of Connecticut,
There appeared in your issue of March 27 a report of a...
Miss Kate E. Andreae, Committee on Publication for Sussex, England,
- Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication for the Year Ended September 30, 1923
Letters from the Field
with contributions from Hazel D. Burg, Lola M. Wood, Constance Heward, Emily Patterson Spear
Albert F. Gilmore
Ella W. Hoag
The Real Man
with contributions from Lillian E. Walther, Stephen J. Sametz, Harry Alden Dodge, Johann Gustav Marowski
I had been a helpless invalid for two years and had come...
Benjamin Wright with contributions from Mary Wright
It is a privilege to have the opportunity of expressing...
William Joseph King
I became interested in Christian Science through the...
Edith Ellen Gilbert
That the study of Christian Science has a healing and...
Ines Laing Welles
I have been a student of Christian Science for about seven...
Julia Caroline McClain
It would be impossible for me to mention the many...
Before taking up the study of Christian Science I did...
Jessie H. Moore
I wish to express my gratitude for the many blessings...
Mamie D. Jordan
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Oliver Quick, Hugh V. White, King, A. E. Anderson, Robert Quillen