Item of Interest

In the Sentinel of November 25, 1933, was begun a series of Items describing the functions of the various offices comprising The Mother Church administrative activities. The first account related to the Clerk's Office, the second (February 3, 1934) to the Bureau of History and Records, and the third (May 19, 1934) to the Committee on Publication. But the story of the Committee on Publication was a long one; and two of its functions were reserved for later description, namely, radio activities and the giving of talks on Christian Science by invitation to various groups in churches, schools, and colleges.

The rule of procedure made by the Directors of The Mother Church regarding radio programs provides that Committees on Publication shall sponsor all Christian Science programs from studios, while the churches shall be responsible for radiocasting their services and lectures (Sentinel of October 24, 1931). Committees on Publication have been very active in supervising several types of radio programs, as follows:

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