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Midweek Week Masonic Missives For March 2-10


Craftsmen Online looked discussed Morals and Dogma.

Freemasonry in 7 Minutes or Less looked at women in Freemasonry.

The Freemason Podcast looked at the pros and cons of being a Mason and ground their gears.

Further Light asked us to improve our critical thinking.

The Granite Cornerstone moved up the progressive line.

Historical Light looked at the history of Freemasonry in California.

KY Masonic Podcast had a district meeting.

Masonic Improvement spoke on the importance of masculine leadership.

Masonic Muscle explored the origins of Freemasonry.

The Masonic Roundtable asked if Masonry is for Christians only.

Points of Light interviewed a Knight of Pythias.

Rocky Mountain Mason interviewed Bro. Josef Wages.

Short Talk Bulletin read Our Masonic Purpose and Preserving Our Heritage.

Solomon's Staircase gave some thoughts on Masonry and examined the trestle board, and read Chapter 58 of Macky's Revised History.

Whence Came You interviewed Studio Eldeen.

The Working Tools continued Chapter 4 of Whether Are We Traveling.



The Magpie Mason analyzed the new ad campaign out of the Grand Lodge of Vermont, reported on the efforts to preserve a historic Masonic hall, recapped the happenings at the Grand Chapter of New Jersey and East Palestine Lodge, discussed the Magic Flute,Civil War Lodge of Research and their latest 3rd Degree.

The Midnight Freemasons announced their newest contributors, looked to Seneca, and asked what Masonry expects of you.

The Traveling Templar reported in from Alaska.

Freemasonry for Dummies announced a speaking engagement in New York.

The NMJ Blog explored the history of So Mote it Be.

The Scottish Rite Museum and Library highlighted William C. Rudman's mark medal.

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