Category Archives: Masonic Knowledge

Entered Apprentice Degree 7-22-14

July is becoming a very busy month for the Brethren of Lebanon lodge! Tuesday evening July 22nd a lodge of Entered Apprentices will be opened. Brother Don Hipp of Lee Lodge in Prosper will give a presentation about the International Order of the Rainbow for girls. Once the presentation is complete the lodge will  conduct the EA degree on another

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Carrollton Lodge – Master’s Degree Eduction Night

You are all welcome to join Carrollton Lodge Thursday September 27 for a Master’s Education Night. This month Brother Bob Mauch, District Instructor for District 14F will be conducting a presentation on the Master Degree entitled “Everything you ever wanted to know about the Master’s Degree and then some!” Fellowship begins at 6:30pm – no meal but there will be

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September Working Tools Magazine

The Working Tools Masonic Magazine September 2012 issue is now available at www.twtmag.com Electronic PDF and Professionally Printed Magazine options for your reading enjoyment. NEW APPLE NEWSSTAND APP NOW AVAILABLE This issue features fourteen articles written by Freemasons for Freemasons including an EXCLUSIVE by Best Selling Author Brother Robert Cooper. Also in This Issue… ● Australian Alchemy Part 2 ●

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Between Friends Audio Series for Prosective Members

Here are three audio files that we recommend all prospective Masons to review before petitioning Lebanon Lodge #837 for membership.  These audio files were produced by the Grand Lodge of Texas.  More general information can be found under the “How To Join” section of the Grand Lodge website. Part 1 – Common Questions about Freemasonry Part 2 – What Masons

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10 GUIDES FOR FREEMASONS

Re-posted from “Masonic Vibes” Facebook Group: I am the representative of my Lodge and of all Free and Accepted Masons. Whatever I do or say reflects directly upon myself and my fellow Freemasons everywhere and our good works. I am responsible for what my Lodge and Freemasonry represent. They can be no more than what my fellow Freemasons and I

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