COUNTERACTING TERRORISM–THE GLOBAL REACH OF PRAYER
Kari Mashos CSB
— In her professional opera career, the power of prayer, based on the teachings of Christian Science, was a constant source of strength in all situations—including singing to crowds of 17,000 and performing under a bomb threat. One night, as she stood on the stage at Symphony Hall in Boston, singing to a large crowd, she thought to herself, “I’d really rather be sharing spiritual truths with this audience.” Her desire to share the healing power of Christian Science led her naturally to devote her full time to healing as a Christian Science practitioner, and later to become a teacher of Christian Science as well.
She has served as a regional manager for the Media Division of the Committee on Publication at The Mother Church, helping to bring correct information about Christian Science to the public. She appeared on radio programs in this country, in the UK and Australia, and was interviewed for the Oklahoma public television documentary, “Chords of Memory,” to talk about the healing power of Christian Science. She is a frequent contributor to Christian Science periodicals including The Christian Science Monitor.
She is based in Cape Neddick, Maine and Athens, Greece.
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