A beautifully illustrated international newspaper in magazine format, The Christian Science Monitor is now published once a week and is now online daily at csmonitor.com. Mary Baker Eddy founded the newspaper to combat “yellow journalism” in 1908 and its motto therefore is: “The object of The Monitor is to injure no man, but to bless all mankind.” It has received many Pulitzer prizes and is known for upholding its standard of honesty. Sections include Editorial, World News, US News, Commentary, The Culture and the Home Form, which includes a religious article. It is always available in our Reading Room for $4.00 (check coupon for $1.00 discount) and all Reading Rooms globally. An interesting note is that Nelson Mandela of South Africa read it when in prison and when he was freed came to The Monitor headquarters in Boston, MA to give thanks! If you are traveling to or from the San Francisco International Airport, stop by to get your copy of The Monitor at the Reading Room located in terminal one, Delta departure level.
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