Bahá'í Library Online
. . . .
>>   Back to Shoghi Effend: Uncompiled Letters

Germany, France, Italy, and Switzerland 
Compiled by Research Department of the Universal House of Justice.

Published in Baha'i Studies Review 4:1

  1. France could certainly profit greatly, as you say, from the visits of more travelling teachers, and he hopes that as the urgent phase in the building up of the Ten Goal Countries passes, more attention can be given to assisting the French believers. No doubt a great deal could be achieved in France with relatively little effort, and he longs for the day when the oldest Bahá'í Community in Europe can play a more important part in the affairs of the Cause in that Continent. 
(on Behalf of Shoghi Effendi to individual believer, 31 October 1949) 

Back to:   Shoghi Effendi: Uncompiled Letters
Home Site Map Forum Links Copyright About Contact
. .