Dublin Lodge #2 Dublin, Ireland

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  1. bullrack33

    bullrack33 Premium Member

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    Wow, this was absolutely amazing. Three of us from my Lodge went to Dublin. While there, we were able to attend a meeting of Dublin Lodge #2. This Lodge was chartered in 1727. We were greeted very warmly. Before the meeting we all gathered in a study type room and had a pint of Guiness. During the meeting we were treated with an FC degree. Afterward, we all gathered downstairs for a catered meal and several glasses of wine. The Master even opened 3 bottles of port to make toasts to us with. Before we left, we were each given a Masonic tie that has several Square & Compasses on it. The cool thing about the tie is that instead of a "G", there is a shamrock in the center of each Square & Compass.:tongue_smilie:

    Here is pic of their Charter and the Lodge Room. Notice the positioning of the Lesser Lights upon the Alter.
    Dublin Lodge #2 Charter.jpg

    Grand Lodge Room.jpg
     
  2. Blake Bowden

    Blake Bowden Administrator Staff Member

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    Awesome! Thanks for sharing!
     
  3. Dredd17

    Dredd17 Registered User

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    wow that must have been a very neat experience
     
  4. C. Banks Barbee

    C. Banks Barbee Registered User

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    That is so very cool.
     
  5. paulthetoole

    paulthetoole Registered User

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    Just read your tread that was my entered apprentice degree I remember meeting you guys hope all is well
     
  6. Brent Heilman

    Brent Heilman Premium Member

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    That is awesome. I am jealous.
     
  7. California Master

    California Master Registered User

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    I'll bet it was a great experience. I would like to visit Ireland some day.
     
  8. paulthetoole

    paulthetoole Registered User

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    Your are all more then welcome
     

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