I feel the need to preface this article with a disclaimer and assure my readers that it is not my intention to offend anyone with the contents of this post. That being said, while I am extremely hesitant to even write this article I don’t feel apologetic about presenting the facts as I see them.
The fact is that this isn’t an article that I want to write, it’s an article that I feel that I have to. Continue reading
Back in 2017, I wrote The Chamber of Refraction, which briefly details several of the issues that can be seen in anterooms all across the United States. It’s a short read, so if you haven’t looked at it before then I’d encourage you to do so before continuing as this article is going to be written based off of the assumption that you’re dissatisfied with the current state of your anteroom and are looking for advice. Continue reading
What is the one simplest contribution a Mason in the officer line up of a lodge could make to improve his lodge? Continue reading
As a new year approaches it is not unusual for us to start considering the resolutions that we’d like to make (and hopefully keep) once January arrives.
A new year represents a fresh start and, because of this, it is an excellent time to re-evaluate, not only how we can improve ourselves, but our lodges as well. Continue reading
This paper has been written in response to a paper titled “Freemasonry Is Dying” by Bro. Lance Kennedy. Continue reading
Is Freemasonry an egalitarian organization or is it elitist?
There have recently been some excellent conversations in the Texas Freemasons group on Facebook. It’s a great group and I strongly recommend you ask to join if you’re a regular mason, especially if you’re also from Texas.
The topics of these discussions have been about dues and endowments. I’ve already written about dues before but I haven’t ever discussed endowed memberships, mainly because it is a Texas issue. Other states may have similar programs but I simply don’t know enough about them to have an opinion. Continue reading