Of Good Report

The Monitor Blesses Its Readers

Mary Baker Eddy states in "The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany" (p. 353), "The object of the Monitor is to injure no man, but to bless all mankind." This is proved in the experiences of its readers. A few of the many letters received from them follow.

The general secretary of a state council of churches writes: "We always think of The Christian Science Monitor in terms of reliability and of genuine concern with the world of the churches. It is a pleasure to work with your courteous reporters and other representatives, whether in connection with an annual meeting or some other event."

A retired chief of state of a Latin American country records: "It has been a blessing for my wife and me to have the Monitor coming to us regularly. It is far superior to any ordinary daily paper, and we share it with others. Its alert articles and editorials and its increasing coverage of Latin American affairs have given good viewpoints for us to ponder in meeting today's challenge."

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December 22, 1962

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