A Conversation about Corinne True with Gisu Mohadjer, June 2

Sunday, June 2, 2 p.m. Eastern

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Join Robert Stockman and Gisu Mohadjer to learn about the extraordinary life and remarkable services of Hand of the Cause of God Mrs. Corinne True, for whom the Corinne True Center for Bahá’í History is named. We will discuss her early life, her adherence to the Bahá’í Faith, her pilgrimage to meet ‘Abdu’l-Bahá and the sacred task He entrusted to her, her services in the erection of the Mother Temple of the West, and her devotion to Shoghi Effendi.

Gisu Mohadjer in an international development professional and has three degrees from Harvard University. She has traveled extensively and has lived in six countries. She and her husband have two children and live in Potomac, Maryland. Her first book is A Child in the Holy Land. Growing up, she was fortunate to hear many stories about Mrs. True.


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2 responses to “A Conversation about Corinne True with Gisu Mohadjer, June 2”

  1. Kate Wilkinson Avatar
    Kate Wilkinson

    I want to learn more

  2. Nat Rutstein published a biography of her titled Corinne True available through George Ronald Press. That’s the best source.

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