Exhibit: Journey Toward Home
Mary Baker Eddy moved many times in her life, which might lead one to think that there was nowhere she could call home. However, she described home not as a place but as a power and believed that ultimately the journey toward home was through a spiritual landscape.
This exhibit highlights four significant moves, beginning in 1843, that tell a story of tragedy and perseverance to achievement and renown.
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200 Massachusetts Ave.
Boston, MA 02115
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