The Christian Science Monitor Weekly – October 8, 2012 -  BELOW THE LINE: AMERICA’S POOR


Some 46 million live in poverty.  But there is sharp disagreement about what that means.

INSIDE this week’s Monitor:

  • Cover story:  Who are you calling ‘poor’?  Americans know poverty exists and many agree on its broadest outlines; but when it comes to the specifics, they often can’t agree on what the term means.  … more inside
  •  Focus:  TERRITORIAL DISPUTE - Tiny islands, but dispute is big
  • Focus: CONGRESS – Mighty struggle, status quo?
  • DIFFERENCE-MAKERS: Brenda palms Barber started Sweet Beginnings to offer ex-convicts on Chicago’s West Side a second chance at life.

Individuals of all faiths and backgrounds are invited to come in to listen to chats, lectures and read inspirational magazines at The Christian Science Reading Room, 1 Central Street, Camden. Phone: 207/236-4040. A Librarian is on duty to answer any questions you may have. Learn more about us at the church’s website:


Monday, Thursday, & Friday 12pm-3pm
Wednesday 5:30pm- 7:30pm
Saturday 11am-3pm
Closed Tuesdays and Legal Holidays

The Christian Science Monitor is also available to read for free in our comfortable chairs, as are many other inspirational magazines. The Lending Library has Bibles, biographies of Mary Baker Eddy and her major work, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, a book that will help your spiritual journey.

You may use our computer for spiritual research and as well as listen to audio interviews, watch video lectures, or read articles online at church websites: Christian Science basics, Daily Lift and more on this link helpful articles and more on your spiritual journey For youth of all ages

Comments (0)
If you wish to comment, please login.