Please check your Summer 2012 CONCORDIA JOURNAL

We have discovered that in a very small number of copies of the Summer 2012 Concordia Journal, there was a printing glitch. Beginning on page 248, the next 32 pages are actually a repetition of pages 217-248.

So, we are asking our readers to check your copy of Concordia Journal. If you turn to page 248 and the facing page is page 217 (instead of page 249), please contact us. We want to replace your defective copy with a correct one.

Please contact Melanie Appelbaum in the Concordia Journal office at 314-505-7117 or cj@csl.edu.

Thank you for your attention and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

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