A Handbook for the Freemason’s Wife

A Handbook for the Freemason's Wife

A Handbook for the Freemason's Wife

Seldom does a diminutive book deliver on the promise that it makes.  More often than not, the reader is left wanting more.  But this time, that’s not the case, and the “A Handbook for The Freemason’s Wife” delivers exactly the right dose of information to answer almost every question that the spouse or partner of a Mason, or Mason to be, could imagine to ask.

Packed into a slim journal, the guide is one part Q&A, another part encyclopedia, and a third part experiential, as it is the collaborative effort of Masonic wives Philippa Faulks (who you may remember from her appearance on Masonic Central) and Cheryl Skidmore.  Together, the two have close to 30 years experience in the enjoyable trade of being the wives of Freemasons.  And, from that experience,nearly every nuance to the fraternity gets touched upon to put the ideal reader (the wife of a Freemason) at ease.

The book, in its simplicity, makes the hard task of explaining what exactly we Masons do, in and out of the lodge, that much easier.  I found that the short description of the history, the quick trip through the emblems, and the overview of events and banquets were smart and to the point.

On top of all that, in between the meatier content is a good collection of Masonic poetry, songs, trivia, and to top it off, one of the funnier Masonic jokes I’ve heard in a while.

A Handbook for The Freemason’s Wife” really is a must have for the Masons spouse.  Its already answered a few of my wife’s questions, and I’ve only left it out for her to find a couple of times.  Imagine what would happen if you put it in her hands…

The handbook comes from Lewis Masonic, and if you’re the U.S. side of the pond, you can find it at Amazon.

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An artist by nature and vocation, Greg pursued the sublime degrees of Freemasonry in 1994. A 3rd degree Master and a 32nd degree Scottish Rite Mason, Greg is the author of the ebook What is Freemasonry and the print book Masonic Traveler.

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  1. […] Coach is right. It is a symptom that stems from US as Freemasons losing our place in society through our own fault. We need to reclaim that so the world sees us as the champions of Character that we are supposed to be. As for dealing with your wife, educate her! So she sees that Freemasonry is a positive thing not only in your life, but that it will make you a better husband. Maybe this will help. A Handbook for the Freemason's Wife – a recomendation | FmI – Masonic Traveler […]

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