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Thursday, March 11, 2010

Petitions Welcome

It is not to late to share the Scottish Rite with your Blue Lodge Brethren. Petitions will be ballotted upon on Wednesday, March 17 at 5:30 PM.

You can download a petition by clicking the Download a Petition button on the right.

Talking points:

In addition to basic "Craft" Masonry, there are Appendant groups that are now available to you as a Master Mason. Freemasons unite with each other and their families in bonds of friendship and mutual assistance. A mutual tie that in this world is greatly needed.

As a Master Mason you should be interested in Masonic advancement, not that you will thereby become a better Mason, but that you may have a better understanding of the Masonic System, additional Masonic contacts, and an explanation of that great symbolism upon which the Fraternity has built a glorious superstructure.

We, your Brethren, know the pleasure and gratification you felt when you completed your first three steps in Freemasonry and became numbered among those thousands of men the world over who stand for Brotherly Love, Religious Freedom, and Peace and Happiness for men of all nations and of all creeds

Top Ten Reasons to Join the Scottish Rite:

  • It is the University of Freemasonry.
  • Scottish Rite Masons are especially honored by family members and others outside the fraternity.
  • It is Americas leading sponsor of clinics and centers addressing language disorders in children.
  • It is Freemasonry's leading teacher of Masonic philosophy, ethics, and toleration.
  • It expands opportunities to make connections and forge friendships beyond our community and state.
  • It broadens your fraternal participation and involvement.
  • It offers direct access to some of the best Masonic publications anywhere.
  • It provides unique opportunities for leadership and recognition.
  • It presents a time-proven self study and development program for men.
  • It offers a comfortable and objective format for exploring the great questions of religion and philosophy.
Source: Seattle Scottish Rite. & Grand Lodge of Indiana

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