Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Ontario Regalia

Discussion in 'International Freemasonry' started by EVG Yumul, Aug 15, 2018.

  1. EVG Yumul

    EVG Yumul Registered User

    Hi Brothers, quick question to those who know.
    Can I please be enlightened why the Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Ontario uses regalia that is very similar/identical to the United Grand Lodge of England?
    I know that other Canadian Grand Lodges use this regalia, but the Prince Hall lineage comes from America so it doesn't make sense.
    I understand that each Grand Lodge is sovereign, just interested how this came to be.

    On another note, what ritual do they use?
    Do they use American (Preston-Webb) Rituals, or Canadian (Emulation Based) Rituals?
  2. Raymond Walters

    Raymond Walters Premium Member


    May I suggest you contact that GL, as their Gr Historian could most likely provide you an explanation to your questions?

    Additionally, perhaps you could consider contacting Br Tony Pope, FPS, of the Australia New Zealand Masonic Research Council and The Phylaxis Society who wrote a book review of “Prince Hall Masonry In Ontario 1852-1933” by Arlie C. Robbins

    Phylaxis Notes March 1999 Encyclopedie/RMAP~1/ritualenGO/notes399.htm

    A Brief History of The Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge F. & A. M.
    Province of Ontario and Jurisdiction
    Last edited: Aug 18, 2018
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