I was prompted to contemplate a thawing in Catholic-Masonic relations upon reading this Associated Press article today titled Pope insists conscience, not rules, must lead faithful https://youtu.be/DWj8BLiJphY Here we read: Pope Francis said Friday that Catholics should look to their own … [Read more...] about Is A Reconciliation Between The Catholic Church And Freemasonry Possible?
In this installment of Symbols & Symbolism, we look at a reading from Albert G. Mackey’s Encyclopedia of Freemasonry, on the infamously nefarious figure of Baphomet – the alleged false idol of the knights Templar and one of the key instruments of their undoing by Pope Clement. More … [Read more...] about Baphomet – Symbols and Symbolism
Is Freemasonry a Religion? Yes, Freemasonry Is Religion, And It’s Incompatible With Some Christian Beliefs. Here’s Why. http://youtu.be/75gCDrOhWfg I’ve been a Freemason for only about four years, but I’ve already done a lot of changing in my views. One view I used to have, which I think most … [Read more...] about The Age Old Question: Is Freemasonry A Religion?
French Roman Catholic priest Father Pascal Vesin had served his parish in Sainte-Anne d'Arly Montjoie in the Alpine resort of Megéve since 2004, almost 10 years. That is until this spring when the Church discovered that he is a Freemason. Father Vesin is a member of the Grand Orient de France’ That … [Read more...] about Freemason RC Priest Relieved Of His Priestly Duties Walks 39 Days For Audience With The Pope
Masonic Leaks reports a major battle with possible purges within The Philalethes Society. It appears that The Philalethes Society is self destructing in a rush to put itself in allegiance with only the Conference of Grand Masters chartering a similar course as The Masonic Society. This leaves only … [Read more...] about Philalethes Society Self Destructing
If you subscribe to the religious doctrine of the fall of man (OK-humankind), which is told across many different religious traditions, then that which was lost was a oneness with God, a perfect relationship with the Grand Architect of the Universe. The next question, logically, is then how do we … [Read more...] about Of What Are We in Pursuit Of?
I stumbled across this post from John Whitehead, a Catholic Historian in Oxford, in his blog Once I Was A Clever Boy who had some interesting thoughts on Catholicism and Freemasonry. In it he said: Whether Freemasonry is a direct threat in this country [England] or in the English speaking world to … [Read more...] about Interesting views on Catholicism and Freemasonry
Brother AB: What do you think we can do about this other than to return to teaching Masonry the way it is supposed to be taught, The more involved we become in public affairs, the more public we become. There are far too many folks that for one reason or another blame Masons for all ills and … [Read more...] about Freemasonry In Civil Court: From The Mailbag