The August 2021 Quarterly Communication of the Grand Lodge began promptly at 1:30pm in the afternoon. The Grand Lodge officers were very pleased to be able to get back into Ionic Hall at full capacity for the first time since December of 2019.
Over 60 participants spent a part of their weekend on the walk that covered just over a mile in the historic seaport in the 19th Masonic District. Most were a part of the Masonic family but there was a fair number of the general public that were interested in the history and architecture of New Bedford and how Freemasons helped shape the city
Are you frustrated in life. What type of wealth do you want? Today the Lucifer has order us to bring member to his kingdom. Are you tired of poverty and now you want fame,power and riches.
Massachusetts Masons, their children, and grandchildren who will be attending an accredited educational institution as a full-time, undergraduate student are eligible to apply for a Grand Lodge Scholarship Grant.Since 1995, the Grand Lodge Scholarship Program has awarded over $9.2 million in grants.
The Masonic Education and Charity Trust (M. E. & C. T.) is the steward of the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts’ charitable funds. The M. E. & C. T. enables the Grand Lodge to carry out its mission of providing Relief for distressed worth Brethren and their families, and to support many other worthy charitable causes.
Freemasonry, sometimes just called Masonry, is the world’s oldest and largest Fraternity. It aims to promote Friendship, Morality, and Brotherly Love among its members — men from every race, religion, opinion, and background — who are brought together as Brothers to develop and strengthen the bonds of friendship.
The Grand Master has two distinct responsibilities. In this capacity he has numerous ceremonial privileges. He ensures the activities taking place within the jurisdiction comply with the Constitutions and Regulations of the Grand Lodge. The second responsibility he has is leading the business of the Grand Lodge,
What is the typical life of a Mason? It’s a question we get a lot from men who are deciding if they’d like to join the craft. The real answer is there is no “typical” life of a Mason. Masons come from all walks of life – from corporate CEOs to city bus drivers, from commodities brokers to auto mechanics. What unifies Masons is not where we come from or what we do for a living, but rather what we aspire to be.