Why building harmony and friendships are the most important parts of Freemasonry.
From BBQs to fun-runs, brothers share their best #MasonsOutdoors snaps.
Meet the South Bay Mason who’s built a community on two wheels.
How a gift from one Mason to another launched a fellowship of camping enthusiasts.
Similar to masculine Masonry, these feminine and mixed orders use Masonic ritual and symbolism as tools in the search for truth.
With Freemasonry expanding to new jurisdictions, it can be tricky to remember what one can – and can’t – share. How does one navigate conversations?
Material objects convey culture and reflect shared experiences that span time and geography. Few organizations have as rich a material culture as Freemasonry. Brothers’ lodge attire, jewelry, Masonic gifts, lodge rooms, and ceremonial tools have a profound effect on the member experience – and they do so by design.
What makes Masonic friendships so special? We talk to California Masons about the Masonic relationships that have transformed their lives – within and outside the fraternity.
It was the late 1970s when Brett Welch, Garrett Chan, and Albert Lawson’s paths crossed for the first time.
Two senior DeMolays, and current Masons, share their impactful experiences and perspectives of these Masonic fraternal orders.
The Beatles said it in such a simple, yet significant way, “I get by with a little help from my friends.”
When asked what he admires most about his friend Robert “Bob” Ruvelson, Justin Daza-Ritchie does not miss a beat.
New lodges and changes in membership demographics are positioning California Masonry to be stronger and more vibrant than ever.