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At a New Hispanic Research Lodge, They’re More than Study Buddies

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A newly formed Hispanic research lodge is focusing its attention on the history and heritage of Freemasonry in Latin America.

In Long Beach, a New Bilingual Masonic Lodge

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Pilares del Rey Salomon joins California’s growing ranks of Spanish-English Masonic lodges.

At the Masonic Lodge, Gen Z Is in Charge Now

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A new, younger generation of Masons is increasingly rising through the leadership ranks of the fraternity.

At Downey United, a Mason Leaves an Artistic Legacy

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There’s no missing the massive, Egyptian-inspired wall art known as the Raj Mahal, executed by Mason artist Raj Champieri, at Downey United No. 220.

In San Diego, a Lodge Degree Is Masterfully Done

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A San Diego Masonic lodge holds a special second degree ceremony with current masters sitting in every lodge position.

For Argentina: Five Times the Masons, Half the Age

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In just the past decade, Argentina has seen a burst of Masonic activity: From only 2,200 Freemasons in 2008 to more than 10,000 today.

Worthy of Being Worn

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More than a symbol of fraternal devotion, the Masonic apron embodies the wearer’s presentation of himself – to his lodge and to the world.

Getting Back in the Swing

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California Masonic lodges return after more than a year apart.

Amidst the Glory of Nature

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Dedicated brothers from four lodges built an outdoor degree site at the Union City Masonic Home. It’s a testament to strong relationships, and a joy for those who experience it.


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