The Empty Chair Degree in Freemasonry

The Empty or Vacant Chair ceremony is thought to date to 1875, a decade after the close of the American… Read More

Quatuor Coronati Lodge of Research

January 12th marks the Anniversary of the consecration of Quatuor Coronati Lodge in London. Quatuor Coronati is a Masonic Lodge in London… Read More

The Going Rate of Losing a Landmark

Six Million dollars appears to be the answer, or best offer. It was sad to see this story in my… Read More

A Mason Has A Mission

I sat in Mass last Sunday and listened to my Deacon give an excellent homily. His theme was- knowing your… Read More

Mainstream Dichotomy

The ramifications of the Florida Masonic religious ban reach far beyond the borders of Florida which we will point out… Read More

Eighty Two

The Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Texas held its Mid Winter Grand Session Friday night 11/9/12 and all… Read More

Our Intolerant Society

Freemasonry is one of the most misunderstood institutions on the planet. It is not a religion, charity, political action committee… Read More

Why I Am A Mason – Mouth To Ear

Brother Ernest Borgnine passed away on July 8, 2012 at the age of 95. He was raised in Abingdon Lodge… Read More

A Young Mason’s Journey To Find, The Making Of A Good Man Better

Today’s guest writer, Canadian Brother Mark Kapitan, comes to us by way of Canadian Brother Wayne Anderson’s weekly Masonic newsletter.… Read More

The Old Past Master Battles Mainstream Madness Part 3

The Old Past Master presented his plan and a masterful one it was. He told the Lodge that it came… Read More