When I first entered a lodge, I was greeted warmly. And although I did not know anyone, I felt immediately comfortable.
The initiatic process of becoming a Freemason is one filled with symbols, some of which are easier to interpret than others.
From Count Basie to Cab Calloway to Duke Ellington, many of the American jazz greats of the early- to mid- 20th century […]
Albert Keshishian’s office was like his life: full to the point of overflowing. Shelves were crammed with books about rugs beside books about history and horse racing.
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.
Each year, a brave contingent of past masters from Orange Grove Lodge No. 293 make their way through a sea of Hawaiian shirts […]
If you, a loved one, or a lodge brother or widow needs support, Masonic Senior Outreach Services (MSOS) may be able to help.
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.