In looking for a topic for tonight’s Masonic Minute, I happened upon an article written over 100 years ago in the “The Gavel and Freemasonry’s Journal” entitled, What Freemasonry Teaches Me.
Jr Warden Minute – May 2018
This past weekend we held a joint Lodge Picnic and Open House. During the afternoon we had, according to my count 3 individuals come to the Lodge and express interest in Masonry.
Jr Warden Minute – April 2018
Someday you may be asked the question by a Mason, who you do not know, “Are you are a Traveling Man”? The reference is as old as the Craft of Masonry.
Jr Warden Minute – March 2018
When a new candidate is I placed in the northeast corner for the lecture, the reason is explained, but I feel that many times, the reason for the placement is overlooked or forgotten.
Jr Warden Minute – February 2018
In closing a Master Masons Lodge, one of the questions the Worshipful Master asks of the Senior Warden is what induced him to become a Master Mason. The answer is one of the basics of our Masonic Craft.
Jr Warden Minute – January 2018
Over the past two months, we reviewed the first two principal tenets of Masonry. These were Love and Relief. Tonight we will look at the third tenant – Truth.
Jr Warden Minute – December 2017
In November I started a series of three Masonic Minutes that will remind us the core reasons why we became members of this fraternity.
Remarks MWSA Install
With a simple oath and charge we affirm old traditions and make new beginnings. I appreciate the opportunity to serve you in this chair for the up-coming year as President of the Masters, Wardens, and Secretaries Association of the 14th Districts.
Jr Warden Minute – November 2017
Tonight I want to start a series of three Masonic Minutes that will remind us the core reasons why we became members of this fraternity.
The Hidden Lessons from Ritual Work
So many times we seem to look at Ritual Work as not being that important and that is doesn’t have to be done that well.