- Paul Hannesson is the Christian Science Committee on Publication for New York.
The Christian Science Committee on Publication provides accurate information about Christian Science, the Church of Christ, Scientist, and the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy to the media, legislature, and the public.
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Category Archives: Mary Baker Eddy
That’s the title of a poem, later set to music as a hymn, by Mary Baker Eddy, who founded Christian Science. It begins: It matters not what be thy lot, So Love doth guide; For storm or shine, pure peace … Continue reading
When I read Nicholas Kristof’s column in Sunday’s New York Times, I thought, “I can’t wait to read the letters to the editor on this one!” The daily “Letters to the Editor” offer a window on a worldwide community of … Continue reading
I was in a women’s clothing shop in my neighborhood recently, having one of those delightful shopping experiences where the salesperson strikes just the right balance — attentive and helpful without being pushy or overbearing — a talent I appreciate … Continue reading
As you may or may not have noticed, when President Obama addressed the nation from the Oval Office on August 31, he unveiled a new decorating scheme. As Sheryl Gay Stolberg put it in her blog on nytimes.com, “The Oval … Continue reading
Today is Primary Day in New York. As we all go off to vote, I thought I’d share a Christian Science perspective on politics. The following was published in the Boston Post in November 1908: Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy has … Continue reading
Several years ago, when I first agreed to serve as a representative of the Christian Science church to the media, I emailed Gary Stern, religion reporter at The Journal News, the Gannett newspaper headquartered in White Plains, to introduce myself … Continue reading
Looking into the purpose and the practical observance of Ramadan has me thinking a bit about the rituals or routines that play a part in most spiritual practices. While applauding the overlaps and places where we intersect, I note that … Continue reading
I sat on the subway the other day next to a woman who seemed unsure that she was on the right train. Just moments before, I’d been in the same spot. I was taking a train I’d never taken before … Continue reading
Many mornings lately, national public radio (NPR) has provided an update on the flooding in Pakistan, with live reporting from Issam Ahmed, Pakistan reporter for The Christian Science Monitor. And each time I wonder, What do people think when they … Continue reading