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Christian Scientists who through the news columns of The Christian Science Monitor are aware of continuing shortages, lack, and homelessness in many parts of the world often ask whether overseas relief is now being carried on in any form by The Mother Church, and if so, how they can participate in it.
Although the formal project in which branch churches in the United States and Canada provided CARE food parcels for churches in Europe last winter and spring was completed some time ago, The Mother Church has continued to watch the situation and to endeavor to help in varying ways in those localities where Christian Scientists are most urgently in need. Thus, in the autumn of 1948 additional foodstuffs and fats were made available to church groups in Austria, Czechoslovakia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Japan, the Netherlands, and Poland. In October, 1948, a project for sending food in substantial quantities to similar groups in eastern Germany and the city of Berlin was set up in three sections and continued during the winter. By working at times with CARE (of which the Committee on Wartime Activities of The Mother Church is a member agency) it has been possible to send food to Christian Scientists in localities where the use of other means might prove unwise. During 1948 clothing conservatively valued at $66,934.00 was sent overseas in various ways—the largest portion going to Germany— and gift literature was supplied in large quantities to Germany and to other countries whose citizens were not permitted to send money to the United States for its purchase.
UNFOLDMENT AND REALIZATION
ROBERT A. CURRY
Ophe Gay Brown
SHEDDING THE CHRYSALIS
HARRIET SHREWSBURY GAMBARO
LYMAN S. ABBOTT
NO SUPERIORITY OR INFERIORITY
RIGHT KNOWING PRODUCES RIGHT RESULTS
BEN J. FEWKES
"O MAGNIFY THE LORD"
PEARL E. WEST
TRUTH AND FINALS
Carrie A. McLeod
WHAT IS INFLUENCING US?
Helen Wood Bauman
THE WHEELS OF REASON
Robert Ellis Key
Heart trouble healed, though physician had held it incurable
Minnie M. Mitchell
Home and employment found through taking stand for Principle
Needed spiritual awakening comes with protracted healing
Beatrix Buel Smith
Seeds sown in Sunday School bear fruit years later
Kerrina E. Parson
Recovery from meningitis comes while reading ninety-first Psalm
Home freed from discord through reading of Science and Health
Nasre Escaip with contributions from Lily Escaip
True freedom found in teachings of Mrs. Eddy
WORDS IN SEASON
Signs of the Times
with contributions from A. Harbinson, Robert Quillen, B. F. Lamb, Frances Huntington Martin, Francis B. Sayre, Charles A. Wells