FROM THE DIRECTORS AND THE TRUSTEES

The Christian Science Monitor: its purpose, plans, and new format

The Christian Science Monitor's continuing purpose is being celebrated in this seventy-fifth anniversary year by special articles and advertisements in the Monitor itself, in The Christian Science Journal, and in the Sentinel.

This is a celebration of lives touched and enriched by The Christian Science Monitor. The Monitor's unique purpose envisioned by its God-inspired founder, Mary Baker Eddy, "to spread undivided the Science that operates unspent," The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, p. 353. is clearly being fulfilled in good measure. Consistent with Christianly scientific standards, however, we see this celebration as a vital preparatory step toward the Monitor's future endeavors and achievements. A new chapter in history is now opening for this vital member of the family of Christian Science periodicals.

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