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What is a Scottish Rite Cap?

Curious about the meaning behind our Scottish Rite caps? Learn about the significance of these Masonic caps and what they mean to Brothers traveling through the Craft in our blog. Read more

Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library

Welcome to Lexington, Massachusetts, home of the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library and the Scottish Rite, Northern Masonic Jurisdiction headquarters. Opened in 1975, this influential institution tells the story of Freemasonry and fraternalism in the context of American history. Read more

What is the Lodge of Perfection?

This article explores the history of the Lodge of Perfection and its role in Scottish Rite Freemasonry. Read more

The Green Dragon Tavern Sign’s Winding Legacy

An exploration of the legacy of Boston’s Green Dragon Tavern and their famous sculptural green dragon sign. Read more

Supreme Council Surpasses Previous Membership Milestones, Welcomes 45 Valleys of Excellence

After a challenging 2021, Scottish Rite, Northern Masonic Jurisdiction’s membership year emerged anew and kicked into high gear with new programming, fresh ideas, and revived in-person connections. This membership year (June 16 2021-June 15, 2022), 2,184 new initiates joined our ranks, an increase over the number of new members we welcomed last year. Read more

Q&A with Brother, Historian, and Author Mark Tabbert, 33°

Historian and author Brother Mark Tabbert, 33°, discusses his new book “A Deserving Brother: George Washington and Freemasonry” and shares his expert perspective on Scottish Rite Freemasonry and George Washington’s Masonic life. Read more

Four Pathfinder Activities To Check Off This Summer

Pathfinder is a member program that helps Scottish Rite Masons make the most of their membership. Read our blog to learn ways you can continue your journey this summer. Read more

Walter Leslie Wilmshurst: Freemason and Author

Walter Leslie Wilmshurst was an English author, lawyer, and Freemason, who famously wrote “The Meaning of Masonry” (1922) and “The Masonic Initiation” (1924). Read more

Supreme Council Presents Tompkins Medal to Brother Roger Pellerin, 33°, MSA

Supreme Council was pleased to confer the Daniel D. Tompkins Medal on Illustrious Brother Roger Pellerin, 33°, MSA, for his outstanding and exemplary service to the Masonic Fraternity at large. Illustrious Brother Pellerin is the 27th recipient of this prestigious award. Learn more about this unique distinction in our blog. Read more

Four Summer Essentials From The Masonic Marketplace

Essential Masonic and Scottish Rite themed items for summer from The Masonic Marketplace. Read more