The Quarterly

Discussion in 'General Freemasonry Discussion' started by Squire Bentley, Aug 7, 2018.

  1. Squire Bentley

    Squire Bentley Premium Member

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    Have you ever wondered if we could do better, present ourselves better, climb to a higher standard of being a community? Do you think we might improve on our camaraderie and our sense of community if we, in addition to doing great ritual and meaningful give back to society, stopped trying to do Masonry on the cheap?

    Have you often thought that your Lodge building was an albatross on the collective backs of the Brethren strangling your Lodge from being all it could be?

    Have you ever thought that you get what you pay for and if you pay ridiculously low dues you get a ridiculously low ability to put on good programs?

    Have you ever said: I'M TIRED OF PRACTICING BARE BONES MASONRY?

    Perhaps there is an alternative, read on:

    http://www.phoenixmasonry.org/quarterly.htm
     
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  2. Warrior1256

    Warrior1256 Site Benefactor

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    Yeah, I have been a visitor to this site for about a year now. Good stuff!
     
  3. Raymond Walters

    Raymond Walters Premium Member

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    YES! I have long ago tired of Freemasonry as usual.

    I do have a lodge an hour drive away from my home in Ohio, that meets in Pennsylvania called Ad Lucem Lodge No. 812. I visit when I can (which isn't often).

    http://adlucem.org/#nice1

    Thank you for sharing
     
  4. chrmc

    chrmc Registered User

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    If you make something easy to obtain, and cheap to maintain it is natural that we as human beings value it accordingly.
    Good events cost resources in terms of time and money. We should never be ashamed of that.
     
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