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USS Baron DeKalb: The Masonic Ironclad?       written by Michael Halleran, M.M. From the Scottish Rite Journal Lying nearly forgotten in the archives at Wichita State University in Kansas are the personal papers of Adm. John Grimes Walker who began his naval career in the Civil War. He was born in New…

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Feds designate Washington Masonic Memorial as landmark       ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) The George Washington Masonic National Memorial is now a national historic landmark. The National Park Service announced Tuesday that the Masonic memorial and three other sites across the country are being added to the…

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Human rights row beween Freemasons and Conservative leader of Cambridgeshire County Council         Image: Steve Count Forcing councillors and officers to reveal they are Freemasons “clearly contravenes” human rights legislation, the county’s Grand Lodge said. Cambridgeshire…

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The Freemasons’ Grand Charity       Over the past 30 years The Freemasons Grand Charity has granted over 2 million to the British Red Cross, supporting our work in the UK and around the world. About The Freemasons Grand Charity The Freemasons Grand Charity is a grant-making charity dedicated…

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War hero says finding charity has been totally life-changing       Picture:Peter Phipps, left, with his guide dog Misty, and friend Roger Hampshire, charity steward for Oxfordshire Freemasons David Rivers, Reporter covering Kidlington & Banbury.   A BLIND war veteran has raised more than 2,000…

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9 things you didn’t know about Freemasonry       The back of a U.S. dollar bill, featuring the obverse of the Great Seal of the United States – an all-seeing eye atop an uncompleted pyramid. (CBS News) “Sunday Morning” looks at the rumors, fears and conspiracy theories sparked by…

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What is Freemasonry?     Freemasonry is the oldest, largest and most widely recognized fraternal organization in the world. Founded in London, England in 1717, its current worldwide membership totals 3.6 million members, 1.6 million of which are in North America. With 120,000 Masons and 530 local Lodges, Ohio…

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Why I Give: To Be Part of Something Bigger Than Myself       Paul Dana, a Master Mason at Phoenix Lodge No. 144 joined Masonry because he felt a deep connection between the fraternity and his own values particularly his brothers efforts to give back, within their community and their lodge. I found…

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