Last month's segment of this series on the history of The Herald of Christian Science, Which will be celebrating its 100th anniversary in April of this year, described events leading up to the production of the Spanish edition of the Herald. Just as the Spanish language is spoken in very diverse countries, Portuguese has become part of cultures where explorers from Portugal traveled—in Africa, South America, and other places as well.
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