Items of Interest

On the evening of May 25 members of The Christian Science Monitor staff and others watched interestedly as the first press that was removed to the new Publishing House ran off the first papers printed there. The last edition of the day's paper was, therefore, sent out from One, Norway Street, the Monitor's new address, while the editions on May 26 were printed in the new building. The initial prints were later presented to The Christian Science Board of Directors, who, a little over two years ago, undertook the responsibility of providing an adequate and needed structure for the fast growing Publishing Society.

The Field of Christian Science watches with no less interest the news and pictures of this undertaking as they come forth in the Monitor and Sentinel. For instance, a household in Indiana at the inception of the work framed a large reproduction of the architect's drawing; and, taking the Items of Interest from this column, they traced on the picture the progress of the work and felt they were really "looking on." A Christian Scientist in New Hampshire who has been endeavoring to overcome a physical difficulty for about a year has found great inspiration as she has read and put into a scrapbook all the items from the Monitor and Sentinel about the new building, pointing, as they appeared to her, to the power of Mind over material resistance.

Admission to The Mother Church
June 10, 1933

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