See fascinating and historic moments in California Freemasonry through our lens in our snapshot archive.
A newly formed Hispanic research lodge is focusing its attention on the history and heritage of Freemasonry in Latin America.
Thanks to a novel partnership with Dig Deep Farms, the agricultural heritage of the Masonic Homes is being brought back to life.
For generations, the world’s greatest magicians have found a second home in Masonry. Why have Masonry and magic shared such a close connection?
At the 11th International Conference on Freemasonry, expert historians train their sights on the lodge attic.
From Ferndale to Big Bear, California’s small-town Masonic lodges have their own unique character—and offer a model for community involvement.
At Santa Barbara No. 192, restoration of the ornate temple mirrors the revitalization happening inside the Masonic lodge.
From Mexico to Argentina, Latin American countries embody a wide range of Masonic rituals, from the familiar to the highly esoteric.
How Napa Valley Masonic Lodge No. 93 used its greatest asset—the impressive Ritchie Block building in St. Helena—to pay it forward.
Led by ‘The Pentaverate’ and ‘The Lost Symbol,’ allusions to secret fraternal organizations based on Freemasonry are suddenly everywhere.