A life that inspires spiritual journeys

This issue paints the portrait of an extraordinary 19th-century woman—Mary Baker Eddy. A woman also very much in touch with ordinary things, however, even the hard things of life.

She lived in a time when women were expected to stay at home, work hard, raise large families. They couldn't vote, own property, or have custody of their own children.

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September 30, 2002

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