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Ten Masonic Products for Fall: Masonic Marketplace

Have you heard? The Scottish Rite, NMJ just recently launched their new online marketplace. Complete with a variety of apparel, unique items, and personalized gifts, the new marketplace is your one-stop-shop for all things Masonic and Scottish Rite.  Read more

Have You Watched “Inside the Freemasons” on Netflix?

Have you watched Inside the Freemasons yet on Netflix? If not, we highly recommend you do! Even better, we’ve thought of a few ways for your whole Lodge to get together and watch the five-part series together on our blog. Read more

An Abstract from ‘Freemasons in the Transatlantic World’

A few weeks ago, The George Washington Masonic National Memorial hosted the conference and symposium, ‘Freemasons in the Transatlantic World’ organized by Quatuor Coronati Lodge. Hilary Anderson Stelling, Director of Collections and Exhibitions at the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library, had the opportunity to present at the conference along with colleague, Jeff Croteau, Director of the Van Gorden-Williams Library and Archives. Oscar Alleyne, 32°, one of the creators of the Hauts Grades Academy, our premiere educational program, also presented. Read more

The Official Debut of TNL On Air

The Northern Light is branching out! The magazine now produces a series of broadcasts called TNL On Air. The programs, which run an average of two to five minutes, feature stories about members, events, and programs, and provide jurisdiction-wide announcements. Read more

A Piece of American History at the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum and Library

Founded in 1975, The Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library chronicles the story of the Freemasons throughout American history, with a specific focus on the importance of fraternal relations. The Museum serves as the “historical society” of American Freemasonry, and it strives to uphold its values and history in the success of the nation by collecting and preserving artifacts that relate to fraternalism and Masonry in America.  Read more

Generation to Generation: Looking Back at Last Night’s Discussion

Thank you to everyone who tuned into last night’s livestream. A panel of Masons, from all walks of life, gathered together to discuss how Freemasonry impacts men of any age. Click through to watch the recording of the event. Read more

Freemasons and Flag Day

As Scottish Rite Masons, one of our core values is Devotion to Country. Similarly, for Freemasons as a whole, we have a deep-rooted history in the United States of America and specifically with the American flag. We have participated in this country’s greatest battles and triumphs, helping to create the building blocks that define the fabric of our nation. Today and every day, we are proud to be Masons that live by the values of justice, integrity, toleration, service, reverence for god, and devotion to country. Read more

Highlights from the “How Fraternalism Transforms Character” Livestream

On March 21, we hosted an interactive livestream on “How Fraternalism Transform Character." The discussion was led by Brothers John Sullivan, 33°, Valley of Worcester, MA, and William “Sandy” Karstens, 33°, Valley of Burlington, VT. Brother Len Cercone served as the moderator, The panel explored the dynamics of Freemasonry in society, fraternalism’s place with with younger generations, and how members can embody the moral obligations instilled in Freemasonry in their everyday lives.  Read more

33 & Beyond: The Royal Art of Freemasonry Shines a Light

33 & Beyond: The Royal Art of Freemasonry is the Masonic movie of the century. With screenings all over the United States and countless articles in the media, this Freemasonry flick is making a big splash across the country and is shedding light on the true meaning of Masonry. Read more

“How Fraternalism Transforms Character” Livestream Recap

On March 21st, the Scottish Rite, Northern Masonic Jurisdiction hosted a livestream that centered on a discussion of the values of Freemasonry and the SRNMJ. The event, “How Fraternalism Transforms Character," is the first in an ongoing series that will explore Masonic Values in Everyday Life.  Read more