Ill. Sammy Lee Davis, 33°, Defender of Peace and Freedom New Recognition Program for Veterans from the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction

As 32° Scottish Rite Freemasons, devotion to country is a core value that guides us in everyday life. On April 19, 1775, the battle at Lexington and Concord launched the American Revolution. This day provides a fitting moment to introduce you to our Brother and military hero, Sammy Lee Davis, 33°, as well as announce a new veterans recognition program named after him. Read more

Five Spring Activities to Unite your Lodge

Spring has officially begun! With the days getting warmer and longer, now is the perfect time to plan that lodge outing you’ve been talking about all winter. Here are 5 ideas to help you bond with your Masonic brothers: Read more

Masonic Museums and Libraries to Visit in the US Part II

If you’ve been patiently waiting for our “Masonic Museums and Libraries to Visit in the US part II” blog, then the wait is over! We spotlight our own jewel in the crown, the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library. Read more

Masonic Museums and Libraries to Visit in the US Part I

From ancient aprons, to officer jewels and the largest collection of Masonic writings, the US is home to some incredible Masonic Museums and Libraries. Before you plan your next Masonic road trip around the US make sure these locations are on your list of places to stop. Read more

Interesting Masonic Buildings Around The World

Ever dream of taking a trip around the globe to visit the most interesting Masonic buildings in the world? Look no further! We’ve put together a list of Masonic temples that will have you reaching for your suitcase and passport. From Australia to Spain and beyond, the amazing structures mentioned in this week’s blog post will certainly give you the travel bug. Read more

Five Tips for Connecting with Brothers

We are a fraternity that values Brotherhood and loyalty. We work to uphold the mission of supporting each other, coming together to make a difference, and striving to be better men. In order to live out these important tenets of our ritual, Masons must always be searching for opportunities to bond with fellow Brothers and lift each other up. In this blog post, we offer five simple tips to help you come together with fellow Masons, opening the door to make lasting connections. Read more

SR Month Recap: A Very Special Gift

The Valley of Detroit in Dearborn, Michigan had something very special up their sleeve this past November to honor and celebrate Scottish Rite Month and give back to their community. Click through to read a beautiful story about helping Masonic Pathways, a senior living center in Alma, Michigan, creating happy moments, and donating the funds for a very friendly (and furry) gift.  Read more

Five Podcasts to Help You Ring in the New Year

These five podcasts will start your new year off on a positive note and help you delve deeper into the teachings of Freemasonry. Whether in the car, on the train, or at the gym, podcasts are the perfect medium to get in that extra bit of learning and inspiration you might otherwise have a hard time fitting into your day.  Read more

The Top 10 Masonic Books for your Winter Book Club

Want to start a Lodge book club, but not sure what to read? We’ve got you covered with our top 10 picks for the best Masonic books to read this winter. Whether you want to delve into the philosophy of Freemasonry or read a biography of a famous Mason, we’ve got ideas to suit every Brother’s reading tastes. Read more