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Social Media

Facebook and Twitter for the Grand Lodge of Virginia who recognizes the prevalence of the Internet, its value and importance to the Craft. It also recognizes the usefulness of Lodge websites and social media platforms to support various aspects of their operations both internally and externally. To support Lodges in Continue Reading...

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US Presidents Freemasons

There have been fourteen U.S. Presidents who were Freemasons, beginning with George Washington who was a Virginia Mason, as were James Monroe, and William McKinley. 1 George Washington (Virginia Mason) 1st President, 1789 – 1797, Commanding General during American Revolution, made a Mason August 4, 1753, in Fredericksburg Lodge (now No. Continue Reading...

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Myths Of Freemasonry

Division Leadership Conference Educational Program – “The Myths of Freemasonry” Introduction With today’s ability to instantly communicate via the airways, Internet, and print media, one can quickly find so much information about Freemasonry. Some of the information is accurate, some is not, but it is difficult for most people to distinguish one from the other. Continue Reading...

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Links

LINKS TO MASONIC INFORMATION Virginia Grand Lodges Grand Lodge of Va Social Media Masonic Organizations Masonic Organizations for Men and Women Masonic Youth Organizations Amazon Smile Please consider making your next online purchase though the Amazon Smile program. On eligible purchases Amazon will donate 0.5% to the Masonic Home of Virginia. It Continue Reading...

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Famous Freemasons

From U.S. Presidents to top athletes, Founding Fathers to legendary writers, Freemasons can be found in almost every field. Here are some of the most notable members, representing a wide variety of professions. Famous Virginia Freemasons George Washington – 1st President, 1789 – 1797, Commanding General during American Revolution, made a Continue Reading...

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Appendant Bodies

APPENDANT BODIES OF FREEMASONRY There is no higher degree than the Master Mason’s Degree or 3rd Degree in Freemasonry. The Master Mason’s Degree is the foundation of all appendant bodies associated with Freemasonry. However, there are many wonderful appendant bodies in Freemasonry that help and support charities throughout the United Continue Reading...

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Religion

FREEMASONRY AND THE CHURCH Though it is religious, Freemasonry is not a religion. Our Fraternity has never set itself up as a substitute for the church, the synagogue or for any religion, however denominated. We do not lead any man to believe that his soul will be saved because he Continue Reading...