Midweek Masonic Missives For April 30 - May 10
After Lodge headed the words of the elders.
The Ashlars continued to discuss Morals and Dogma.
At Refreshment interviewed Bro. Chrisopher Earnshaw about Spiritual Freemasonry.
Craftsmen Online discussed George Washington and the birth of American Freemasonry and the art and science of shoe removal.
Fort Worth Masonic Podcast interviewed Bob Davis on manhood and Masonry.
Freemasonry in 7 Minutes or Less discussed Iamblichus.
Further Light interpreted the winding stairs and traveling about the Lodge.
Masonic Improvement looked at the roots of Freemasonry with Bro. Bradley Kohanke.
Masonic Lite interviewed Bro. Kyle Slaymaker.
Masonic Muscle discussed the mystery schools of ancient Egypt.
The Masonic Round Table looked at the force and Freemasonry.
Points of Light examined the Odd Fellows Encampment.
Short Talk Bulletin read Where Have All the Past Masters Gone?, Gold In Them Thar Words, and Windlass and Rope.
The Traveling Man podcasted live from the Midwest Conference on Masonic Education.
Whence Came You waited for the Committee on Masonic Education.
The Working Tools continued their interview with the Grand Master of British Columbia and Yukon, and continued to read Wither Are We Traveling.
The Midnight Freemasons looked at the Haymarket Affair, circumambulation, and dead Lodges walking. They asked if Freemasonry is sacred and laid the path for moving forward.
The Magpie Mason celebrated the 20th Anniversary of Peninsular Lodge, analyzed the latest reports from the GLoNY, announced the return of recognition between New York and Scotland. They also announced the Brandywine Battlefield Degree, the loan of the Stone of Scone, and the latest from Monk Tobacco. They said goodbye to Bro. Harold "Hoot" Fink, did British things, highlighted the Square.
The Scottish Rite Museum and Library showcased Cornelius M. Vinson's school medals, and celebrated their 15th Birthday.
Freemasonry for Dummies announced the return of relations between New York and Scotland,
and looked at an unusual new Lodge room.
The NMJ Blog looked at Bro. Brad Paisley.