Scottish Rite NMJ announces Initiative in response to COVID-19

As I said recently on the podcast Meet, Act and Part Freemasonry doesn’t just survive during times of adversity, it THRIVES!.  This terrible virus has affected us in so many ways, from the loss of a loved one to the loss of one’s livelihood.   No matter what happens it is easy to say none […]

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Grand Master of Oklahoma issues edict regarding COVID-19

The Grand Master of Oklahoma, Most Worshipful Brother Bobby J. Peters, has issued a new edict addressing during the pandemic within the jurisdiction of Oklahoma. The edict   that stated meetings will be held on the Entered Apprentice degree only.  and meetings are to be held for necessary business only.   No degree work, district […]

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Grand Master of Texas’s Proclamation – Texas Masonic Lodges are authorized to resume some activities

Texas Governor Greg Abbott has began the process to slowly open the state of Texas and lift many of the restrictions on businesses and groups put in place to stop the spread of the Covid-19 virus pandemic Grand Master of Texas Masons Paul D. Underwood has amended his previous edict to suspend Masonic labors within […]

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Who was that masked Mason?

With the outbreak of The  Covid-19 virus organized Freemasonry’s labors in person have pretty much came to a standstill all over the world.  Zoom meetings and Webex “meet-ups” are the new way Masons are spreading The cement” of brotherly love until the present danger passes. Since area majority of our membership fits the “most vulnerable” […]

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Shriners 2020 Imperial session CANCELLED

In an email today Imperial Potentate Jeff Siwder announced the cancellation of the 2020 Imperial session in Kansas City, Missouri due to the Covid 19 virus,  The email reads: Dear Nobles, Based on data and opinions of public health experts and community officials, Shriners International has cancelled its 2020 Imperial Session, scheduled for July 2020, […]

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The 50 Year Member – Masonry: A Cut Above

My latest piece entitled “The 50 Year Member – Masonry: A Cut Above has been posted on the Midnight Freemasons website.  If you like it I hope you will share it with your friends and Brethren. I’m not sure if anyone has noticed but I have been away from the keyboard for a while.  The […]

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Meet, Act and Part-Episode 9

The Meet, Act and Part-Episode 9-Steven L. Harrison33 degree FMLR Illustrious Brother Steven L Harrison, author of “Freemasonry crosses the Mississippi”, “Tales from the Craft” and “Freemasons at Oak Island” is our guest this week. Steve talks with Greg, Todd, and Darin about the Ray V. Denslow and his impact upon Freemasonry, Masonic Education, and […]

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New Masonic website debuted

Several years ago the “Not just a man, a Mason” campaign took the Masonic world by storm as a fresh and innovative way for Masonic lodges and Grand Lodges to gain the attention of non-Masons and peek their interests in our Fraternity. The campaign, originally conceived and funded by The Scottish Rite Northern Masonic Jurisdiction […]

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New Imperial Recorder

In an email to the membership Imperial Potentate Jim Cain announced the resignation of Imperial Recorder Randy Rudge.  Imperial Sire Cain has appointed Past Imperial Potentate Charles A. “Tad” Claypool to fill the vacant position for two weeks until the 145 Imperial sessions which will be held in Nashville June 30th to July 4th,  2019.  […]

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Scottish Rite NMJ touts increased membership numbers

Today the Scottish Rite Northern Masonic Jurisdiction announced in an email that Membership numbers in the jurisdiction are increasing, thanks in part to the Path forward program. The email stated that as of May 7, 2017, 2112 had taken the fourth degree, and 1645 Brothers have become thirty-second degree Masons. This was a modest increase […]

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