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Healing perspectives from The Christian Science Monitor

Watch for new links weekly for a spiritual approach to meeting life's challenges.


The Christian Science Monitor includes a "Christian Science Perspective" article, and we select one of the articles to feature on our website each week.

Click on the links below to view some recent healing perspectives. 

Go forward with God’s grace

“Grace and Truth are potent beyond all other means and methods,” Mary Baker Eddy wrote. Turning to divine Truth empowers us to feel and express God’s healing, unifying grace, even when difficulties arise.

The mom in the SUV and the truck with the flag

We don’t need to let anger and self-righteousness get the better of us. Letting God, divine Love, inform what we think and do fosters wisdom, calm, and a spirit of respect instead of rashness.

A new view of normal

Is there such a thing as a “normal” that is certain and consistently good? In a word, yes – and we find it in God.

Why God is relevant

Sometimes learning about God may be low in a list of pressing priorities (or absent from it altogether). But to know God’s nature and presence is to find inspiration, love, and healing.

Praying for our teenagers

From social pressures to pandemic-related stress to specific incidents such as the ongoing violence in Belfast, it seems the world’s teenagers have a lot to deal with these days.

Green pastures

The past year has been marked by pandemic-related hardship and tragedy, but also by the resilience, hope, and light that have shone through in so many ways.

The ‘perfect’ that heals

Our lives can seem far from perfect sometimes. But a spiritual understanding of ourselves and others opens the door to healing as a woman found when she began studying Christian Science.


About the Healing Perspectives

Each weekday, the Monitor includes one clearly labeled religious article offering spiritual insight on contemporary issues, including the news. The publication – in its various forms – is produced for anyone who cares about the progress of the human endeavor around the world and seeks news reported with compassion, intelligence, and an essentially constructive lens. For many, that caring has religious roots. For many, it does not. The Monitor has always embraced both audiences. The Monitor is owned by a church – The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston – whose founder was concerned with both the state of the world and the quality of available news.


More about The Christian Science Monitor

The Christian Science Monitor is an award-winning international news organization that delivers thoughtful, global coverage. 


The Monitor's aim is to inspire people to think about what they've read long after they've left the page. To share what they've learned with others. And to do something that makes a difference.  


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