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THE SNAPSHOT Recording Moments of California Masonry Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on email THE FINAL CUT Woodworker … Read more

Spanning the Divide

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Why building harmony and friendships are the most important parts of Freemasonry.

Getting Back in the Swing

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California Masonic lodges return after more than a year apart.

Lodge Profile: Worth the Trip

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In Barstow, one lodge’s reputation for camaraderie is known for miles around.

Lodge Profile: Looking Up at Morning Star No. 19

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Things are looking up for Stockton’s Morning Star Masonic Lodge No. 19.

365 Days of Zoom

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Why Redlands No. 300 just can’t quit its nightly Zoom.

That’s the Spirit!

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A jiggerful of Mason drink slingers mix the perfect craft cocktail.

Brave New World

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After a year on Zoom, what can Masonic lodges learn from the worst year ever?

Pub Crawling Through History

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A time-traveling, continent-hopping pub crawl of the fraternity’s most important watering holes.

The Forever Home

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Finally, the California Masonic Memorial Temple is host to its first dedicated lodge room.

R.I.P., FINALLY

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When a Masonic headstone turned up out of the blue, local Masons set to work finding its true resting place.

Pomona Goes Hollywood

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A stately Masonic lodge gets its premium-cable close-up.

A Vested Interest

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One lodge is rethinking what it means to protect and serve.

Lodge Profile: The Do-It-Yourself Lodge

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For members of San Francisco’s Logos Lodge No. 861, creativity permeates all aspects of lodge life.

Tales from the Underground

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Whether in caves or quarries, Masons have been known to meet in some unusual spaces​. Here’s an example.

Who I Am

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For one 21st Century Club donor, a strong connection to the material culture of Freemasonry has resonated throughout his Masonic experience.

Our Material Worlds

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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.

Standing the Test of Time

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The archives of the Henry Wilson Coil Library and Museum of Freemasonry in San Francisco contain more than 100 years’ worth of significant Masonic artifacts.

Memorable Moments

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Each year, a brave contingent of past masters from Orange Grove Lodge No. 293 make their way through a sea of Hawaiian shirts […]

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