New chief executive for Masonic Charitable Foundation

Reading Time: 2 minutes Mr Hutchinson has been actively involved in Freemasons’ charities since 1988, when he joined the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys as a management trainee, working his way up the ranks to chief executive.

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

The Four Cardinal Virtues

Reading Time: 5 minutes Traditional Christian theology names faith, hope, and charity as the theological virtues. They are directly imparted to the believing Christian by the grace of God and are not attainable through the natural order. They are called theological because they have God for their immediate and proper object; because they are divinely infused; and because they are only known through divine revelation.

Introduction to the Higher Degrees of Freemasonry by Jacques Huyghebaert

Reading Time: 23 minutes Higher Degrees II

Chaos Out of Order:  The Rise and Fall of the Swedenborgian Rite

Reading Time: 41 minutes Swedenborgian