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The Christian Science Monitor’s core promise and a new digital product
Editor’s note: Mark Sappenfield is Editor of The Christian Science Monitor.
When Mary Baker Eddy took the first issue of The Christian Science Monitor in her hands and called that morning “the lightest day of all days,” she was making a promise to the members of the Church of Christ, Scientist, and to the world (see Irving C. Tomlinson, Twelve Years with Mary Baker Eddy, Amplified Edition, pp. 125–126).
In some ways, it has been the best-kept secret in journalism.
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
From the readers
The rewards of spiritual defense
Rotation on the Christian Science Board of Directors
From The Christian Science Board of Directors
No need to compete for Love’s provision
I knew that God was with me
Dizziness and nausea dispelled
Sore throat and fever cured
Spiritual progress and a measles healing
Meeting hate with love in St. Louis
The <i>Monitor’s</i> Editorial Board
One God—one family
Education, graduations, and lifetime milestones