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The MappariumInside this famous globe, discover how ideas can transcend geography and change the world.

Pathways to Progress: 1968 to TodayThis exhibit explores events of 50 years ago—and today—from the journalistic perspective of The Christian Science Monitor. Topics include civil rights, poverty, sexism, technology, environment.

The Argonne Sector (France): Christian Science Chaplain Martin F. Jackson reads from Mary Baker Eddy’s Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, leading a Sunday service for the US Army’s 78th Division.The Library’s latest exhibit highlights the history of Christian Science chaplains, who have served in every major conflict since World War I.

Also on View

Who was Mary Baker Eddy? Find out in this orientation video, which is shown in the Publishing House Lobby.

Built in celebration of our common heritage, this grand two-story hall was created with materials internationally sourced from Portugal, France, Belgium, England, Germany, Italy, Czechoslovakia, and Australia.

Visit an online display commemorating the discovery of Christian Science 150 years ago—from its New England roots to an International movement.

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