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||The Second Seven Year Plan of the United States and Canada (1946-1953) was launched. [BBR180; BBRSM158, 185; MA87-89, MA89]
For details of the plan see BW16:81–2.
This marked the end of the First Epoch and the beginning of the Second Epoch of the Formative Age. [CB316; CF5–6]
The Second Epoch was marked by the global spread of the Faith and concluded with the election of the Universal House of Justice.
- Consolidate victories won;
- Form 3 NSAs
in Canada, Central and South America;
- Support spread of Faith into Europe;
- Supplemental goals to support Africa. [The Spiritual Conquest of the Planet (Supplement)p2]
|United States; Canada
||Second Seven Year Plan, US and CA (1946-1953); Teaching Plans; Teaching Plans, National; Formative Age; Ages and Epochs
|1953. 20 Apr
||The Second Seven Year Plan ended with 2,425 localities, 611 local spiritual assemblies, 100 countries, islands and dependencies opened to the Faith. There were 12 national assemblies to this date; [UC43]
From 1921 to this time the Faith had expanded to 128 countries and territories, 15 during the time of Baha'u'llah, 20 during the time of 'Abdu'l-Bahá and an additional 58 under the stewardship of the Guardian. [Patheos website]
- NSAs in Canada, Central and South America;
- Assisted the systematic spread of Faith in Europe, incl.
forming 10 LSAs in goal cities;
- Interior ornamentation
- Supported the building of the Shrine of the
- Expansion and more LSAs on homefront. [The Spiritual Conquest of the Planet (Supplement) p2]
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- Guardian's Seven Year Plan for the American Bahá'ís: 1946-1953, by Shoghi Effendi (1946-05). Teaching goals, institutional objectives, financial statistics, and other information from the Guardian pertaining to the American community. [about]
- Memoirs of Frances Bradford Jones Edelstein, by Frances Bradford Jones Edelstein (1999). Memoirs of the first pioneer to Famagusta (as requested by Shoghi Effendi to pioneer from the City of the Covenant to the City of the Arch-Breaker of the Covenant), and pilgrim to Haifa in December 1953. First written June 1985, completed April 1999. [about]
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