Sunday, July 16, 2017

A Bahá'í deprived of his voting rights cannot be married in a Bahá'í marriage ceremony

"A Bahá'í deprived of his voting rights cannot be married in a Bahá'í marriage ceremony; a Bahá'í in good standing cannot marry a Bahá'í who has lost his voting rights; the marriage of a Bahá'í who has lost his voting rights does not fall within the jurisdiction of a Bahá'í administrative institution."


(From a letter of the Universal House of Justice to a National Spiritual Assembly, February 25, 1976, cited by the International Teaching Center)

http://bahai-library.com/hornby_lights_guidance.html&chapter=1#n199

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