New Home for Missouri’s Walker Scottish Rite Clinic (Photo: Courtesy Walker Scottish Rite Clinic, St. Louis, Mo.); Fifth Annual Southwest Regional Reunion Held in Phoenix (Photo: Courtesy Mike Folker, 32°)
If he does not see the Brother or widow who sits alone as the evening shadows lengthen, he has not completed his novitiate.
All 32 Scottish Rite Degrees—including the three of the Blue Lodge—were exemplified at the 5th Annual Southwest Regional Reunion.
While surrounded by an abundance of things, we must not forget that back of these things there is the providential care of
Rev. James Anderson’s Constitutions of the Free-Masons was one of the strong influences on the American form of government.
Two of Masons’ biggest secrets are our love for eating at meetings and our inability to say “No” to getting more deeply involved in the fraternity and to helping others.
The flag of the 28th Iowa Volunteer Infantry flew over many Civil War battles and had a temporary residence in South Dakota before returning home to Iowa.
Ill. Walter Breuning, 33°, turned 114 on September 21, 2010, his second birthday as the oldest man in the world.
A greater plague than even the flies are the abominable Cangrejo—land crabs as big as soup plates—hundreds of thousands of them crawling and scuttling everywhere and sounding exactly like a regiment maneuvering through the bush.
Bro. Haym Salomon is known as a “Financial Hero” of the American revolution, yet he died bankrupt and left his family penniless.
There are many ways you can use a life insurance policy to support Scottish Rite Charities.
It’s that time of year again when we suggest some ideas for the Holidays (either getting or giving). I’m really excited about some of the books here—and at least one is the realization of a decades-long dream.
The Walker Scottish Rite Clinic for Childhood Language Disorders of St. Louis and the Scottish Rite Valley of St. Louis have entered into a partnership with Missouri college, Maryville University, to allow all entities to expand their missions.
Begin and end 2011 with Freemasonry on your mind! The Dwight L. Smith Lodge of Research, UD, will present a series of free lectures beginning January 1, 2011, through December 31, 2011, via the Internet.
For more than eight years, 18-year-old Ben Sater received treatment, including surgery, for a condition called trigger finger at the Charles E. Seay, Jr. Hand Center at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children (TSRHC) in Dallas, Texas. Although the only visual reminders of his treatment are four tiny scars on the inside of his hands, Ben’s experience at TSRHC made a permanent impression on his life. When Ben’s mother told him that TSRHC does not charge patient families for medical care, he decided to use his love for golf to express his gratitude to the hospital by organizing KidSwing, the first children’s golf tournament organized by a patient to benefit TSRHC.
At the conclusion of the Orient of Kentucky’s Leadership conference on August 14, 2010, Ill. Roger D. Barnett, 33˚, Deputy of the Supreme Council in Kentucky, presented a check to SGC Ronald A. Seale, 33˚, for $1,000,834 for the House of the Temple Historic Preservation Foundation, Inc., for ongoing restoration efforts.
John Wycliffe (1330–1384), the reformer and translator of the Bible into English, attacked Freemasons in 1383 on economic—not religious—grounds, for behaving like a trade union.
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