Mary Baker Eddy established The Christian Science Publishing Society in 1898, and it remains very active today. In addition to the Pulitzer Prize-winning The Christian Science Monitor, the Publishing Society’s offerings include:
This monthly publication offers instructional articles, reports of Christian healing, and a worldwide directory of Christian Science practitioners, teachers, churches, Reading Rooms, and more. It was designed as a family paper for the home and “to put on record the divine Science of Truth.” (continuously published since 1883).
This quarterly publication of weekly Bible Lessons is arranged for individual study and use in Sunday church services worldwide. It is translated into 14 languages and is available in English Braille in online editorials for young people and adults, on audiocassette, compact disc, and video (continuously published since 1890).
Watching the world from a spiritual perspective, this weekly magazine features articles, editorials, and firsthand accounts of healing. The Sentinel—Radio Edition includes discussions and candid interviews on topics uppermost in public thought. The Radio Edition is broadcast throughout the world and is available on audiocassette and online (continuously published since 1898).
Established “to proclaim the universal activity and availablility of Truth,” the Herald is published monthly and/or quarterly in 13 languages. The Herald presents articles and testimonies of healing, and a directory of Christian Science churches, practitioners, and other listings for each country. The Herald is also produced as a radio program in five languages, with interviews and reports of healings (continuously published since 1903).
For more information about The Christian Science Publishing Society and its publications, please visit The First Church of Christ, Scientist.