Archive for 'Famous Freemasons'
William Preston This is the final installment in our summer series on famous Freemasons. William Preston may be lesser known in the Masonic world than the likes of Pike or Burns, but he none-the-less has left a positive ripple through the Order which is still experienced today. When we hear the name of William […]
ALBERT PIKE This summer is rolling along and so is our series on famous Freemasons. With few exceptions, like Robert Burns, there are rare few Freemasons who’s name commands as much attention as that of Albert Pike. Albert Pike found Freemasonry in a log cabin and left it in a Temple. He was the […]
ROBERT BURNS Across from the Detroit Masonic Temple in Cass park stands the proud statue of Bro. Robert Burns. Many people ask why a poet from Scotland has a statue in Cass Park when Louis Cass doesn’t have a statue of himself there? What is the significance of that statue across from our Temple as […]
Have a Merry Christmas and a very happy New Year Brethren! Thank you for making this year so successful. There is a huge amount of excitement for our new Worshipful Master Curt Linker. He does not believe he could have a better line of officers going forward, and he would be right. Our accolades are […]
Morals & Dogma is a book that’s often referenced in regards to masonic philosophy. I’ve heard it called “the daily masonic reference manual”. Many masons have never even heard of this book, few people own it and fewer have read it. Some references indicate the book is difficult to understand. A fellow Brother of the […]
“The world today requires spiritual and moral regeneration. I have no doubt, after many years as a member of our Order, that Freemasonry can play a part in this vital need”. – Brother King George VI. There is much excitement about the motion picture “The King’s Speech.” Most of what one hears surrounding this […]