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["Chapel of the Air" talk over Mutual Broadcasting System, by John A. Meeker, October 25, 1942. Subject: "A Triumphant Peace."]
A Christian Science period in the "Chapel of the Air" series was conducted from Station WOR in New York City and heard from the Mutual Broadcasting System network on Sunday, October 25, 1942, at 11.35 a.m., Eastern War Time. The program was conducted by John A. Meeker, a former First Reader in a Christian Science church, and was presented under the auspices of the Committee on Publication for the State of New York with the approval of The Christian Science Board of Directors. During the program, Hymns Nos. 2, 99, and 359 in the Christian Science Hymnal were sung by a quartet. The address read by Mr. Meeker was substantially as follows:
In these days of war and turmoil, when the forces of cruelty and destruction are rampant throughout the world, multitudes oppressed by brutality and fear are seeking safety, protection, and peace of mind. Bewildered, they find themselves engulfed in a world conflict, with disaster suddenly come upon them. As never before they seek a higher power which promises to meet their daily needs and to bring security and stability to the people of all nations.
HERBERT E. BONHAM
"Divinity is always ready"
CAROL BOOTH SIMON
"Neither Greek nor Jew"
GERTRUDE M. NEW
"Power to think and act rightly"
WILLIAM MILFORD CORRELL
JAMES M. SPEERS
The Commandments: Passports to Power
MINNY M. H. AYERS
The Major Issue of the Hour
Peter V. Ross
Practical Help in Healing
I am glad to avail myself of...
Ethel May Burns
I consider it a great privilege to...
Mary A. Stephenson
"Christian Science is always the...
Ines Laing Welles with contributions from Leonard G. Welles, Emerson A. Welles
With full gratitude for what...
Dorothea W. Josephson
When I began to study Christian Science...
I first glimpsed the truth of...
Margaret Lee Gilbert
Many years have passed since...
Helen M. Cox
Enough for Today
ETHEL WASGATT DENNIS
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Franklin D. Roosevelt, Murray D. Van Wagoner, R. N. Merrill, William Ward Ayer, Harry C. Munro, T. H. E. Woods, Perry J. Rice, Stokes, Lindley J. Baldwin