The Man in Masonry

Reading Time: 5 minutes It is my task to review, or examine, with you the character of the mature mason. To do so we must first ask ourselves: What is maturity? No definition can better that of the dictionary — “the state of being, complete, perfect or ready.” Let us consider the aspect of completion

The Characteristics of a Freemason

Reading Time: 3 minutes As a point of departure and a brief introduction to our new member, let us look at him as he progresses through the various ceremonies involved in becoming a Freemason. During the course of his initiation, he was admonished to consider the volume of the sacred law an unerring standard of truth and justice and to regular his life by the divine precepts which it contains

Vatican Cleric Claims Catholics Can Be Freemasons

Reading Time: 2 minutes “Loge and Altar” is the name of the new book by the Viennese priest, ex-diplomat and Vatican employee Michael Heinrich Weninger, in which he explains in just under 500 pages why one can be a Catholic and a Freemason at the same time

Masonic Etiquette

Reading Time: 18 minutes The multiple uses and diversity in meanings of words have made it customary in academic papers to give a definition of key words or terms of the reference topic in order that the audience may better be enabled to distinguish, comprehend and appreciate the ‘whence-from’ and ‘whither-to’ of the speaker. Given the time at our disposal, I will restrict this to just a single definition of the terms ‘etiquette’ and ‘masonic’.