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The Christian Science Monitor – and living for all mankind
When it was founded in 1908, The Christian Science Monitor was something never before attempted: a church-sponsored newspaper that reported real, impartial news. In the 103 years it has been at work, the Monitor has been widely praised for its integrity and has received journalism’s highest honors.
Why would a church publish a newspaper that doesn’t proselytize or emphasize denominational news? And why would the public accept a newspaper published by a church—and proudly flying the name of that church—as being journalistically sound?
About the author
John Yemma is Editor of The Christian Science Monitor.
Jeanne E. Dunn, Heather Farrell Bauer, Karen T. Hasek
What changes – and what's changeless
Jeff Ward-Bailey, Staff Editor
Inflation is a blessing to Russian church
Healing – miracle or natural for everyone?
Dominion over change
By Rebecca Odegaard
College transitions: a mom's prayer
By Beth Haden
Time for renewal
By Iris Marsh
Fruit of the month
By Peter Jackson
Married or not, never an 'old maid'
By Laurel Smith
Sports 2011: Staying steady through the ups and downs
By Kim Shippey, Senior Editor
My change of perspective
By Stéfano Poggiogali de A. Palmeira
No looking back
Church Alive: A visit to Germany
Tweeting the good news
'What's in a name?'
By Ann Edwards
Abdominal pain healed
No evidence of burns
What you represent