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THE CHURCH OF THE LIGHTED LAMPS

From the August 1945 issue of The Christian Science Journal


Among the "Signs of the Times" in the Christian Science Sentinel of February 22, 1941, an item appears from Lausanne, Switzerland, which tells of a church to which, as the bell tolled for evening service, came worshipers from many byways, each bearing a little bronze lamp of very old design. When asked by a traveler why this was done, the reply was: "We have no other way of lighting our church.