Grand Master of Masons of California Randall L. Brill explains how now’s the time for Freemasonry to begin again in California.
Grand Master Randy Brill explains what small-town Masonry can teach us all.
Grand Master Jeffery M. Wilkins reflects on the importance of our Grand Lodge temple—and its wonderful potential.
Grand Master Jeffery Wilkins on how Freemasonry can help members form bonds with members from other countries, particularly in Latin America.
Grand Master Jeffery M. Wilkins on how Freemasonry connects to life, death, and the cycle of renewal.
Grand Master Jeffery Wilkins explains how music deepens the magic of Masonry.
California Masonic Grand Master Arthur Weiss expounds on the timeless values behind the 2025 Fraternity Plan.
Grand Master Arthur Weiss toasts a historic Masonic tradition.
Grand Master John Trauner reflects on a truly unforgettable Masonic year.
Grand Master Trauner explains that what Masonry gives us, we give our daughters.
Grand Master John Trauner reflects on the historical precedent for Masonic support of public schools.
Freemasonry has played—and continues to play—a central role in California’s Gold Country.
Folk art has long provided Masons with a creative outlet through which they can share their craft, inspire pride, and provide joy, says Junior Grand Warden Jeff Wilkins.
Getting out is the perfect way to strengthen lodges’ relationship to their community.
Senior Grand Warden Arthur H. Weiss considers the universal nature of Freemasonry’s lessons, and its appeal to men and women alike.
Deputy Grand Master John E. Trauner is moved by DeMolay’s role in shaping the Masonic leaders of tomorrow.
According to Grand Master Stuart A. Wright, the habits of Freemasonry can yield profound transformation.