Midweek Masonic Missives For March 23-29
Freemasonry in 7 Minutes or Less recounted every writer's nightmare and gave advice for your first year in Lodge.
Masonic Lite highlighted the Zembo Water Spirit Shiners.
The Masonic Roundtable interviewed Bro. Mark Tabbert about his researching and writing on George Washington.
The Rocky Mountain Mason interviewed the new dais officers of the Grand Encampment of Knights Templar.
The Short Talk Bulletin read Opportunities from 1953 and Elias Ashmole from 1947.
Solomon's Staircase read Chapter 49 of Macky's Revised History of Freemasonry.
Whence Came You interviewed Bro. Austin Shifrin.
The Working Tools Podcast released a bonus recording of their post pod conversations.
Freemasonry for Dummies reported on the new historic markers commissioned by the Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon, gave an update on the Illinois Masonic vandalism cases, noted that the latest Journal of the Masonic Society is on the way, and laid out the Grand Lodge of Louisiana's recognition of Prince Hall...sort of.
The Midnight Freemasons profiled a personal perspective on the war in Ukraine, gave the history of Bro. Danny Thomas and reported the simplest of things.
The Magpie Mason share the gentlemen of the white apron, Bro. Bill Cooper's latest talk on early Masonic catechisms and the latest Ken Burns documentary.
The Traveling Templar highlighted the officers of a Chapter of Knights Preceptor.
The Scottish Rite NMJ chronicled one Bother's views on the 25th Degree.