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    July-August Scottish Rite Journal

    This issue highlights the Celebrating the Craft and spring Workshops, as well as a Scottish Rite members-only social app.

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We Hope You Enjoyed Celebrating the Craft 2018!

A Scottish Rite member performs on guitar during the 2018 Celebrating the Craft.

The 2018 Celebrating the Craft (CTC) took place LIVE online Saturday, May 19! Thank you to EVERYONE who contributed his or her time, talents, and funds, to make our 2018 event a success!

Did you miss the show? Not to worry! You can watch the entire 2018 show by hour!

It’s also not too late to donate to our 2018 CTC campaign via the Scottish Rite store.

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Have You Heard about the Acacia Guild?

Acacia Guild silver pendant picturing a sprig of acacia and the words "Acacia Guild"This program recognizes all Scottish Rite, SJ, members who join by making a $1,000 cash contribution in the Acacia Guild.

Scottish Rite brethren who make a donation will receive an impressive award made of sterling silver hanging from a purple ribbon featuring the words “Acacia Guild” with an acacia branch prominently displayed.

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Scottish Rite Member Programs & Services

Video: Welcome to the Scottish Rite House of the Temple

Video: Hidden Places at the House of the Temple—The Roof & Colonnade

It's the Return of the VMAP Working Tools Newsletter!

VMAP Working Tools: Your Guide to News & Best Practices

We have re-tooled our bi-weekly web-based newsletter that connects Valleys with resources for enhancing the Scottish Rite member experience.


• Check out VMAP Working Tools

Scottish Rite, SJ, Partners with Nationwide Insurance

SupremeCouncil-Nationwide Feature

These links will direct you to Nationwide’s site for additional information.

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Masonry Q & A

Has a Masonic token ever been accepted as a coin?

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Detail of Allyn Cox's painting of Col. John MitchellEarliest known 33° patent is that of Col. John Mitchell, 1st Grand Commander of the Supreme Council, 33°.

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Featured Article

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Featured Artifact

Thumbnail of a Custom 33rd Degree jewel from the collection in the Library of the Supreme Council, 33°, SJ, USAA 33° Jewel

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