Junior Steward - Lodge Officer Duties:

Discussion in 'Masonic Education' started by jonesvilletexas, Dec 2, 2008.

  1. jonesvilletexas

    jonesvilletexas Premium Member

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    His Jewel is the Cornucopia, which is an exact duplicate to the Senior Steward's Cornucopia. The Cornucopia signifies the "Horn of Plenty". It is a goat horn filled with the "fruits of your labors" and represents a job well done.
    The Junior Steward of a Masonic Lodge is an appointed officer of the Lodge. The Junior Steward is tasked to understudy the Senior Steward position and fill in for the Senior Steward in his absence. The Junior Steward's principle role is to assist the Senior Steward and the Senior Deacon in the preparation of the Candidates. The Junior Steward position is similar to that of a Supervisor.
    Both the Senior and Junior Stewards carry rods, atop which are the jewels of their offices. The rods represent England's Lord High Steward's rod in the House of Lords.
     
  2. eagle1966

    eagle1966 Guest

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    question both stewards are on either side of JW my question is which way does Cornucopia big horn opening face?
     
  3. JTM

    JTM "Just in case" Premium Member

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    stewards aren't always cornucopia. they can have one of 2 jewels.
     
  4. RJS

    RJS Guest

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    I was told that the opening of the horns face the JW.
     
  5. RJS

    RJS Guest

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    What is the other Jewel?
     

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