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[As published in the Christian Science Sentinel, December 10, 1949]


From the January 1950 issue of The Christian Science Journal

The Radio Fund was established to enable individual Christian Scientists, branch Churches of Christ, Scientist, and Christian Science Societies to share with The Mother Church the expense of its religious broadcasts — extending now to several countries — and the nationwide American network program, "The Christian Science Monitor Views the News," sponsored by The Christian Science Publishing Society. From small beginnings these two types of program have grown as their value was tested until they now reach many millions of people weekly, a large proportion of whom undoubtedly would not be hearing of Christian Science without them.