Author Archives: Justin

Boom and Bust: Why North American Freemasonry Continues To Decline

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 … Continue reading

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Reimagining The Anteroom

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 … Continue reading

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Chaos In The Quarries – Know Your Role

What is the one simplest contribution a Mason in the officer line up of a lodge could make to improve his lodge?

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8 Ways To Improve Your Lodge In 2019

Would you like to improve your Masonic lodge? 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 … Continue reading

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Is Freemasonry Doomed To Fail?

This paper has been written in response to a paper titled “Freemasonry Is Dying” by Bro. Lance Kennedy.

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Is Freemasonry Elitist?

Is Freemasonry an egalitarian organization or is it elitist?

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Texas Freemasonry: The Cost Of Endowments

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 … Continue reading

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