It is almost that time of year when we Masons gather in our respective lodges to perform one of the most important Masonic duties under our charge – the nomination and election of our next lodge officers.
Freemasonry trains new Masons from mouth to ear, using mentorship as its primary medium of instruction. Think about it: Candidates to the degrees of Masonry were taught to follow their guide and fear not what man can do to them. They were guided throughout the lodge by a Deacon, instructed further by Wardens, and charged […]
Sometimes, people casually ask me what Freemasonry is all about. Being a Mason myself, it is always my pleasure to discuss about Freemasonry, whether with Masons or non-Masons. There are times, however, when opportunity becomes scarce to discuss about it in length, so instead I tell inquiring people the short-version answer that Freemasonry “makes good […]