MASONIC TALKS

Making Good Men Better

EVENT INFO

Our Masonic Talks are moderated by RW Steven Adam Rubin and broadcast via Zoom Meetings. Depending on the topic, we do offer our Masonic Talks on Facebook Live. To register for our upcoming programs, click below.

SEEK. LEARN. EXPLORE.

Masonic Talks are a series of recorded presentations focused on leadership development, Lodge management, or Masonic Education

BUILDINGS AND LODGES

The Basics of Fiscal Lodge and
Building Management.

THE BATTLE WITHIN

Learn how a Buffalo area Lodge helped heal their community.

HISTORY REMEMBERED

Past Grand Marshal’s reflect on their Masonic Service and Protocol.

BUILDINGS AND LODGES

Responsibilities of a Lodge and Building Trustee.

BUILDINGS AND LODGES

Lodge Exexmptions and Property Tax with RW Michael R. Siegel.

NEW YORK MASONIC HISTORY

Images of America – Long Island Freemasons with Ronald J. Seifried.

ROBERT BURNS NIGHT

A virtual celebration of the Poet Laureate of the Grand Lodge of Scotland.

BUILDINGS AND LODGES

Building Ownership – RW Al Bryant Insurance Coverage – RW Bob Walenta

CIVIL RIGHTS

The Annual Allied Lodge No. 1170 Civil Rights program

Freemasonry in the City of Light

RW Dan DiNatale shares the story of Freemasonry in Buffalo.

Masonic Etiquette and Protocol

RW Bro. Marino Cesarini, Past Grand Treasurer of the Grand Lodge of NY

BASEBALL AND FREEMASONRY

The connection between Freemasonry and America’s National Pastime

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Artifact preservation

Preserving Lodge artifacts

Lodge of Discussion

“Faith and Freemasonry”

Masonic Law & Your Lodge

The fundamentals of Masonic law

Atoms and Angels

Freemasonry and Rosicrucianism
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Star Wars and Freemasonry

The hero’s journey

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1945 Grand Lodge

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