Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication for the Year Ended September 30, 1929

Sussex, England.

In a letter to the Sussex Daily News in October a clergyman recognized much good in Christian Science. "There is no question it had cured many," he said, "and it had thriven and spread so widely because of its pronounced success."

The Christian Science Monitor has been sent to editors from time to time, and one editor who has a subscription to the Monitor in return for an equivalent amount of advertising of The Christian Science Monitor in his newspaper, wrote: "No one unconnected with a newspaper can understand how much of the peace of God an editor needs, and personally I gather much mental restfulness and spiritual refreshment from the Monitor—an ideal paper." On another occasion he said: "I admire your Christian Science Monitor and endeavor to run the Mid-Sussex Times on similar lines. A clean and honest press is a power for good."

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December 13, 1930

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