Grand Secretary's column - Autumn 2010

Wednesday, 01 September 2010
We were all delighted to receive from the Pro Grand Master such clear direction on how we should communicate our Freemasonry in his speech at the September Quarterly Communication. His remarks are summarised below and…
The untimely death, on 26 June, of Neil Collings has deprived the Church and Freemasonry of a man of great faith, infinite caring and intellect. A proud Devonian, Neil Collings felt an early call to…
QUARTERLY COMMUNICATION 9 June 2010 A eulogy to Lord Cornwallis by the MW The Pro Grand Master Peter Lowndes Brethren, The death on 6 March of Lord Cornwallis breaks a chain of more than one…
Quarterly Communication 9 June 2010Order of Service to Masonry citation for RW Bro Sir John Welch, Bt, PSGW Bro John Welch was made a Mason in January 1955, at the age of 21, in Apollo…
QUARTERLY COMMUNICATION 9 June 2010 An address by the MW The Pro Grand Master Peter Lowndes Brethren,I am delighted to see so many of you here today. Having had the great pleasure to present Sir…
The pictures at the top of each of the next two pages, represent two aspects of my recent trip to South Africa, when I accompanied the Pro Grand Master. One shows us with the District…
Royal Arch Investiture 29 April 2010 An address by the ME Pro First Grand Principal Peter Lowndes Companions, firstly I congratulate all those of you that I have had the pleasure to appoint to or…
ANNUAL CRAFT INVESTITURE 28 APRIL 2010 An address by the MW The Grand Master HRH The Duke of Kent, KG Brethren,I want first to congratulate very warmly all those that I have had the pleasure…

True to the data

Monday, 19 April 2010
John Hamill Plans a Fresh Look at Freemasonry’s Contribution to English Social History As part of the celebrations marking the tercentenary of Grand Lodge a major study of masonic history is planned, one which looks…

The Business of Freemasonry

Monday, 19 April 2010
The Grand Secretary Explains to Michael Baigent the New Approach of Grand Lodge There was a time, not so long ago, when Freemasonry was run discreetly, like a private gentleman’s club and the Grand Secretary…
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