BlOGMasonic discussions and presentations
While the Grand Lodge of Rhode Island is a small Masonic Jurisdiction, we have a large and historic heritage with connections to our colonial Brethren.
Warren Lodge #32 holds the historical relevance of being the “Last Moon Lodge in New York State.” RW Steven Adam Rubin shares this story and how Masons can support this special institution.
Many theologians look to The Tree of Life to unlock the mysteries of spiritual liberation. Bro. Rene Perez breaks down its meanings for Freemasons.
RW Anthony Prizza shares the history and work of New York State’s most northern Shrine Temple – the Oriental Shrine.
Masonic aprons, being professionally painted or created by amateur artists, have always been a part of folk art history from the late 1700’s up through the centuries.
Throughout March, Bro. Erik LaMarca’s art is part of an exhibition on symmetry at Solas Studio in the Flatiron District.
Congratulations to RW Steven Adam Rubin for receiving the Ezra Ames Meritorious Service Award, the highest award of The Grand Chapter State of New York, Royal Arch Masons.
Our Grand Historian shares (literally) thousands of books you should read. “Aside from Masonic books, there is a limitless resource of additional books, experiences, and insights available to the Seeker.”
Five books every Brother should read for a better understanding of the esoteric and hidden meanings behind the mystical principles within the Craft.
“I found that there is a less known fifth element (Quintessence) that connects the other four elements and senses.”
Bottles of pure joy to share with your valentine this year! Great ideas that you can find at any liquor store.
My Brothers I have Stage 4 kidney failure. I am writing you today to see if any Brothers would enter the process of being matched for a potential kidney donation.
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