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

Province of Ontario.

There is much evidence of the effectual working of the leaven of Truth, and there has been a noticeable decrease in the number of articles requiring correction. Not one adverse editorial comment in the secular press, nor critical reference in religious or medical periodicals, has come to our attention during the past year. Unless by comparison with former experiences, it is perhaps difficult fully to appreciate just how much we have to be grateful for in this regard.

As evidence of continued and increased respect for The Christian Science Monitor among newspaper men, this office has collected seven hundred and eighty clippings from papers in Ontario, of articles copied from the Monitor with due credit given. Included in this number are three hundred and ninety-eight clippings of special articles made up of parts of the religious articles appearing in the Monitor and supplied through this office.

Our Debt to Paul
April 5, 1930

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