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|1968 21 Jun
||The Universal House of Justice established the Continental Boards of Counsellors to continue the functions of the Hands of the Cause in the protection and propagation of the Faith. [BBD58–9, 97; BW15:611–13; BW17:319; MUHJ4–5; WG141, Mess63-86p130, 21 June, 1968, CEBF112]
For details of the eleven Boards and their membership see BW15:612 and WG140–4.
For pictures of the Counsellors see BW15:614, 615, 618, 619, 622, 623, 625, 627.
For a history of the development of the institutions of the International Teaching Centre and the Continental boards of Counsellors see BW20p673-693.
- Among the eleven people named to the Boards
in Africa were three native believers: Oloro Epyeru and Kolonario Oule in Uganda, and
Seewoosumbur-Jeehiba Appa in Mauritius.
||Universal House of Justice; Counsellors; Hands of the Cause; Appointed arm; Universal House of Justice, Basic timeline; - Basic timeline, Expanded; Continental Boards of Counsellors
Auxiliary Board Members and assistants