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The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts, announces a free public lecture on Christian Science by Florence Middaugh, C.S.B., a member of The Christian Science Board of Lectureship, in the Colonial Theater, Boylston Street, on Friday noon, May 24, 1946, at 12.30 o'clock. The public is cordially invited. This lecture will be published in The Christian Science Monitor of May 24.
The colorful plaques bearing the "Daily Prayer" from the Manual of The Mother Church (Art. VIII, Sect. 4) and the children's prayer from page 400 of "Miscellaneous Writings, both by Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science are again available.
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Challenging Universal Indifference
THOMAS E. HURLEY
ROSA M. TURNER
Gaining a Right Sense of Place
LOIS GRIGGS MUNFORD
The Morning Star
ELEANOR YOUNG CLAPP
PETER R. ANSTRUTHER
DELLA M. WHITNEY
"At eventide it shall be light"
LESLIE BURN ANDREAE
"Thy Maker is thine husband"
GLADYS ELLA GIBBS
How Do You Say "I am"?
ETHEL DANIELS HUBBARD
"No fear in love"
CROMER G. NELSON, JR.
"The certainty of the words of truth"
John Randall Dunn
He Put Aside Physical Causation
Paul Stark Seeley
It is with a deep sense of gratitude...
Edna De Prez
In May, 1900, I first heard of...
E. Belle Clarke
For over thirty years Christian Science...
Lars F. Person
Our beloved Leader, Mary Baker Eddy...
Ruby H. Oder
I wish to express my deep gratitude...
About twenty-eight years ago I...
Ollie B. Icenbarger
I have long desired to express...
I never read the story of the...
Gladys H. Greer
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