Month: November 2016

Charity & Benevolence – The Easy Way Out

Charity & Benevolence The Easy Way Out By W. Bro. James Chisholm, Corinthian Lodge No. 96, G. R. C.   As we are informed when becoming a new Freemason, the distinguishing characteristic of a Mason’s heart is his charity or benevolence.   These two words are sometimes interchangeable as they have somewhat different yet similar Read More …

The Mason As A Citizen

This paper is adapted from “The Lodge Plan for Masonic Education”, Mentor’s Guide, Published by the Grand Lodge of Alberta A.F. &A.M., August 1974   THE MASON AS A CITIZEN   In the Old Charges it is laid down as a fundamental law of the old Craft that “a Mason is to be a peaceable Read More …

Historical Links

Did you ever wonder what came before the Grand Lodge of Alberta, A.F.& A.M. and what influenced the Lodge we know today? Copied from the “History of the Grand Lodge of Alberta 1905 – 1980”