To Our Readers

"I love to observe Christmas in quietude, humility, benevolence, charity, letting good will towards man, eloquent silence, prayer, and praise express my conception of Truth's appearing." These are the words of the founder of this magazine, Mary Baker Eddy, written in the early years of this century for the pages of The Ladies' Home Journal and reprinted in The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany (p. 262).

For Christmas 1998, the staff here at the Sentinel wishes you that same kind of Christmas—a quiet season, marked with humility and prayer, filled with the spirit of Christ's love. There's no deeper benevolence, no more lasting charity to our fellowman, no purer praise to God, than the gift of pure love expressed.

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