Tags: "education"

15 Oct
0

M:.W:. Calvin G. Bond Excellence in Ritual Award

M:.W:. Calvin G. Bond Excellence in Ritual Award Dear Brothers of the Suffolk Masonic District, There are many things going on around the jurisdiction and the Suffolk District that should be well known and hopefully well received. The Grand Lecturer, ...

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31 Aug
0

The School of Instruction is going to be interesting

Brethren, The AGLs of the Suffolk District, V:.W:. Bob Licata and V:.W:. Bill Arnold, are planning on holding several schools of instruction across the Suffolk District this season. The Grand Lecturer, R:.W:. Richard Friedman, has given us our marching orders ...

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01 Aug
0

September is almost here…

A Return to the Quarries… Brothers of the Suffolk District, Summer is almost gone and September is quickly approaching. Soon our Lodge will be active again in the quarries and we’ll be back to labor. Now is the time to ...

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31 May
0

Welcome and Introductions

Brothers of the Suffolk Masonic District, On behalf of the AGLs for the Suffolk District it is a distinct pleasure to serve as Assistant Grand Lecturer for the Suffolk District. The AGLs for the Suffolk District: V:.W:. Robert Licata, Suffolk ...

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30 Apr
6

Some comic relief – liars, grifters and scammers, oh my!

Some comic relief In speaking with many Brothers from all over it seems we have more than just Freemasonry in common. Every now and then we get comments, emails and FB requests from some questionable characters. I thought I would ...

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26 Apr
0

Origins of the Blackball

Being Blackballed – Part 1 April 25, 2018 By Kristine Wilson-Slack Editor’s Note: An interesting article on the origins and history of the infamous “blackball”. As we head into the traditional election season it it interesting to note the antiquity of this practice. ...

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28 Feb
0

The Six Points of the Master’s Square

The following article is from one of my favorite Masonic Blog sites, The Midnight Freemason. I present the article in full without alteration. The author is on point and the timing of this article could be better timed. The Six Points ...

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The Trivium & Quadrivium or 7 Liberal Arts and Sciences
06 Feb
0

The Trivium & Quadrivium

The Trivium & Quadrivium or 7 Liberal Arts and Sciences The 7 Liberal Arts and Sciences is lectured on famously in the Middle Chamber, but do we take note of the significance of why it’s so important? So let’s take ...

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Lost in Translation - the danger of taking translations as infallible
24 Oct
0

Lost in Translation

Lost in Translation – the danger of taking translations as infallible Antient texts are handed down through centuries or even a millennia or two are read today, usually translated from another language as English was not the common tongue until ...

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02 Oct
0

Masonic Titles

Brethren while there is no greater Masonic Title than ‘Brother’ we must also acknowledge that there are those in the Fraternity who have the distinction of being granted different titles to denote an Office that they currently hold or held ...

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