Women of History
Untold stories of women with many different connections to Christian Science.
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The early Christian Science movement included men and women from all walks of life—including British aristocrats. Although Lady Victoria Murray could have lived a life of privilege and leisure, she chose instead to make considerable sacrifices for the church that Mary Baker Eddy had recently established. And she became a central force for the growth of Christian Science in northern England.
Portrait of Clara Barton, circa 1904. Photo by J.E. Purdy. Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, LC-USZ62-75827. I may be compelled to face danger, but never fear it, and while our soldiers can stand and fight, I can stand and feed and...
Read about a woman who helped break new ground in turn-of-the-century Christian healing.
Read about her regard for Christian Science and its discoverer.