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Masonic Emblems

Masonic emblems are different from Masonic symbols. Emblems can only have one meaning while symbols could have various meanings. Emblems are like a logo that represents an abstract concept. They are a visible form of the concept. Their meaning is quite easy to interpret unlike symbols. But some websites, historians and other people use the words symbols and emblems interchangeably. The iconic Masonic square and compasses is an emblem of the Freemason fraternity. The emblem is trademarked by the Freemasons. The square and compasses emblem has just one meaning, and it connotes Freemasonry. Immediately, it is seen anywhere, Freemasonry comes to mind.     The square and compasses emblem can’t be mistaken for something else, and it represents the abstract idea...

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The Masonic Mentor Program

Every lodge should have a Masonic Mentor Program. The Masonic Mentor Program should be run by the Masonic Mentor Program Committee. The Masonic Mentor Program should consist of at least three people including: A minimum of one Past Master At least 2 knowledgeable Master Masons A Masonic Mentor Program is needed to mentor new Masons and bring them up to standard in Masonic ways. You don’t just expect new members to be familiar with Masonic ritual and ways. There is a need for Masonic mentorship. The Mentor Program is as important as having an Education officer in the Lodge. Some Lodges do not have Masonic Mentor Programs under the excuse of poor funding, not enough members and low membership retention....

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Masonic Refreshment Committee

Every Masonic lodge has a Masonic Refreshment Committee that comprises of 3 Master Masons. They include the following: The Senior or Junior Steward The Senior Deacon The Junior Warden who is the Chairman of the committee Here are the duties of the Masonic Refreshment Committee    They contact the Worshipful master before every meeting and confirm the total number of guests expected and if additional guests will be expected. They ensure that the dining areas and kitchen are clean before meetings and after meetings. They ensure that all cutlery and dinnerware are clean and made available at all times. They ensure that enough drink and food is provided for guests and lodge members at all functions. A copy of these...

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How to Become a Freemason

We have noticed some recent questions on how to become a Freemason on our blog. In this blog post, we’ll tell you all that you need to know about becoming a Freemason. If you join the Freemason Brotherhood, you are joining the largest and oldest fraternity in the world. You will become part of a Brotherhood that has over 2 million people from all countries, religions, races and age.   First, you need to look for a Masonic lodge near you. The internet will be of help in helping you find one as they are all listed online. Then you’ll contact them and ask them for a petition. Why do so many people become Freemasons? Freemasonry is a voluntary Brotherhood....

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