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The Canonbury Masonic Research Centre (CMRC) has unveiled its programme for its thirteenth annual conference, which this year will be on the subject of Freemasonry and Empire. The event will take place on 22-23 October…

Hidden Gem

Sunday, 01 May 2011
As well as being the home of the United Grand Lodge of England, Freemasons’ Hall is also one of fifty Unique Venues of London available for hire to the general public and one of the…

Catwalk Creations

Sunday, 01 May 2011
As Freemasons' Hall plays host once again to events at London Fashion Week, Lucinda Weston talks to up-and-coming fashion designer Kirsty Ward A feeling of serenity prevails as you walk through the Great Queen Street…

Honoured by Giving

Wednesday, 01 December 2010
The Rev Neville Barker Cryer Asks Us To Remember A Little Restraint Some thirty years ago I began to realise that those who were called upon to present a toast to the Initiate, or to…
The Cornerstone Society held its annual conference at Tapton Hall, Sheffield, in November. The Society was founded in 1999 to help masons to gain a better understanding of both the meaning and purpose of Freemasonry,…

Anti-Masonry!

Wednesday, 01 December 2010
A Report On The Annual CMRC Conference On 30-31 October the Canonbury Masonic Research Centre (CMRC) held its twelfth annual international conference at the Canonbury Academy, an elegant sixteenth-century building situated in a leafy oasis…

The Mystery of the Moving Coffins

Wednesday, 01 December 2010
An Intriguing Story Unearthed By David HarrisonCharismatic figures of high social rank became essential to Freemasonry, especially after the dark and difficult years of the early nineteenth century that some lodges had experienced. These influential…

What Should Freemasons Reveal?

Wednesday, 01 September 2010
The Revd. Neville Barker Cryer On The Advantages of Openness On the day before I sat down to write this article the choir of my local church led us in singing a hymn the words…
The Library and Museum has continued to make good progress in meeting its objective of making its collections available to as many people and to the widest possible range of audiences as possible in order…

Holistic Health: Complementary Medicine

Wednesday, 01 September 2010
Simon Best Weighs The Benefits Of A Broader Approach To HealthToday one hears and reads an increasing amount about ‘alternative’ or ‘complementary’ medicine, presented with varying degrees of support or scepticism depending on the author.…
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