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The Art of Masonic Education       From floor sketches to tracing boards, Masonic artists over the centuries have produced incredible works to serve as lodge teaching aids. In addition to being artifacts of our fraternity, many of these pieces are treasures of the art world. This video explores the…

Clothes Make The Man and the Mason

Clothes Make The Man and the Mason         Originally published as – A PROPER APPRECIATION Source – The Canadian Craftsman, March 1898 Masonry in many respects is the same the world over. The language of symbols, the legend of signs, and the tenets are alike everywhere, so that a man may…

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The Circuit of Service Lodges       The Circuit of Service Lodges, formed in 1993 and currently comprising 29 lodges, exists to promote comradeship and fraternal contact between military masons. The Lodges and the Arm or Service affiliation are listed below. To qualify as a member of the circuit a lodge…

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Annual general meeting of the freemasons’ Grand Charity       9 SEPTEMBER 2015 AN ADDRESS BY RICHARD HONE, QC, PRESIDENT OF THE FREEMASONS’ GRAND CHARITY Image:RICHARD HONE The main change is to reduce the membership from the present 180,000 members to a single charitable company whose own…

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All men free and brethren: Prince Hall and black Freemasonry       Freemasonry is considered by many to be the worlds most well-known secret society. Its membership is a Whos Who of world history George Washington, John Hancock, Benjamin Franklin, Winston Churchill, Mozart, Davy Crockett, Franklin…

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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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INTERVIEW WITH MIKE BAKER DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS       FOR UGLE DIRECTOROF COMMUNICATIONSMIKE BAKER, THE CHALLENGE FREEMASONRY FACES IN THE RUN-UP TO THE TERCENTENARY CELEBRATIONS IS IN IMPROVING PUBLIC IMAGE What is your background? My career started in retail. I worked my way upthe management…

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DIVERSITY AND INCLUSIVITY HAS ALWAYS BEEN FUNDAMENTAL TO FREEMASONRY       THE HAPPY MEANS WE HEAR A GREAT DEAL ABOUT DIVERSITY AND INCLUSIVITY THESE DAYS BUT, AS DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL PROJECTS JOHN HAMILLEXPLAINS, THEY ARE IN THE FOUNDATIONS OF FREEMASONRY ?There are many theories about the origins…

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