Items of Interest

That The Mother Church is a world-wide movement, as it is often designated, is shown by the fact that among the new members admitted to The Mother Church at the last admission in May, there were, outside of applicants admitted from the United States, Canada, Newfoundland, Canal Zone, Cuba, Mexico, and the West Indies, applicants also from South America, Hawaii and the Philippine Islands, Australia, New Zealand, Straits Settlements, India, Dutch East Indies, Egypt, South Africa, Russia, Czechoslovakia, Jugoslavia, Germany, Austria, Finland, France, Spain, Italy, Great Britain and Ireland,—including the Isle of Man and the Channel Isles,—Holland, Belgium, Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, and Norway.

In answer to questions raised whether Mrs. Eddy had in mind The Christian Science Monitor when, many years before she established it, she referred to the necessity of publishing a newspaper, The Christian Science Board of Directors has made the following reply:

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