BRYCE ON CHRISTMAS It is certainly not about the commercialization of the holiday, or Santa. He arose in the morning groggy and disoriented. He didn't know where he was or recognized the surroundings. It was a small room, very neat and clean, with a sofa, desk, and big bed. Anyone would recognize … [Read more...] about The Meaning of Christmas
The U.S. Constitution says in the first amendment that Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; The enactment of this prohibition prevented the Federal government from establishing a national church or religion or to excessively … [Read more...] about Why saying Happy Holidays is ok.
We have heard over and over that Freemasonry is a Brotherhood. That it is a fraternity. We use the term Masonic Family when referring to the group of organizations associated with Masonry. But it often seems that we use these terms out of habit, without any sense of meaning behind the words that are … [Read more...] about Brotherly Love
Dies Natalis Solis Invicti Sol Invictus INVENTORI LUCIS SOLI INVICTO AUGUSTO To the contriver of light, Sol Invictus Augustus … [Read more...] about Sol Invictus
At its surface, the Christmas holiday has no intrinsic connection to the fraternity of Freemasonry. What I mean by that is no where in the degrees does it link itself to any particular holiday in its practice, in particular the Christmas holiday season. There are, however, certain celebrations … [Read more...] about Christmas and Freemasonry