The story of Freemasonry is one of death and rebirth. As recent events show, when it comes to California Masonry, what’s old is new again.
For seniors at the Masonic Homes of California, moving in is an opportunity to focus on what matters most.
Round Table No. 876 performed 33 degrees last year. Only one of them was for a member of their own lodge.
Author and “manliness” expert Brett McKay explains how ritual helps us make sense of life’s progressions.
For families in crisis, MCYAF offers a chance to regroup, reset, and restart.
Could a piece of stencil art at Windsor No. 181 be a genuine Banksy?
In Vancouver, a pair of lodges are reborn as mixed-use developments.
AMC comedy series Lodge 49 showrunner Jim Gavin explains his fraternal influences.
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At the 11th International Conference on Freemasonry, expert historians train their sights on the lodge attic.
What does ChatGPT have to say about Freemasonry? In the newest issue of California Freemason magazine, we asked the AI for its take.
A former priest on what his world travels have taught him and how Masonic relief ties it all together.
Grand Master of Masons of California Randall L. Brill explains how now’s the time for Freemasonry to begin again in California.