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FROM THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
PEACE AND THE POPE
AS ONE OF EARTH'S tireless pilgrims, Pope John Paul II rightly will be remembered for going where the world's people live and worship—circling the globe in his travels; embracing a spiritually burgeoning Southern Hemisphere; and in heartfelt openness, reaching out to fellow Christians, Jews, Muslims, and many other faith families.
The Christian Science Monitor's founder, Mary Baker Eddy, could have been writing about John Paul II when she paid tribute to Pope Leo XIII in 1903: "The intellectual, moral, and religious energy of this illustrious pontiff have animated the Church of Rome for one quarter of a century. ... I sympathize with those who mourn, but rejoice in knowing our dear Godcomforts such with the blessed assurance that life is not lost; its influence remains in the minds of men, and divine Love holds its substance safe in the certainty of immortality" (The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, pp. 294–295).
with contributions from BILLYE L. PORTER, LIL ZWICK, ANN LITTLE, DEE MAHUVAWALLA, PATRICIA ENSIGN
Do you hear what I hear?
STEVE GRAHAM, MANAGING EDITOR
Items of interest
with contributions from Julia C. Keller, Robin Evans, Gayle MacDonald
Listening to God
By Dick Mather
Lilacs at midnight
Marilyn Jones with contributions from BETTY JENKS
Walk on the water side
By Ron Mangelsdorf
WELCOME TO THE ADVENTURE
By Dorothy Cork
THE MOTHER'S DAY CONNECTION
By Suzanne Riedel
LET GOD TELL IT!
WHEN RETIRING ISN'T AN OPTION
QUICK FREEDOM FROM BACK INJURY
MULTIPLE HEALINGS AND BLESSINGS
'THINK ON THESE THINGS'
ROD WAGNER with contributions from VICKI WAGNER