Purpose of Religion is unity and concord

Father Tony Hennessy and Mrs Louise Windeyer. Photo: supplied
Father Tony Hennessy and Mrs Louise Windeyer. Photo: supplied

The organiser of a celebration of the 200th anniversary of the Birth of Baha’u’llah at Mudgee Library has described the exhibition as ‘an amazing fortnight with people in Mudgee’.

Louise Windeyer said she was thrilled with the many positive reactions to her exhibition in the Library to celebrate the momentous occasion.

“I was delighted to welcome Father Tony Hennessy who came to share his support,” she said.

Baha’u’llah outlined the steps necessary to achieve an ordered progression into a just and peaceful world.

This includes an inner transformation of people as well as a revitalisation of our society based on principles of justice and respect for all people as equal members of one human family.

The Baha’i Faith, now established worldwide, teaches the equality of women and men, the abolition of the extremes of wealth and poverty, the harmony of science and religion, and the establishment of an equal standard of human rights for all people.