What is the Scottish Rite?

An explanation of Scottish Rite Freemasonry and the opportunities it offers to members. Read more

Brother Clifton Truman Daniel: Keeping Harry Truman’s Family Legacy Alive

Brother Clifton Truman Daniel shares his experience portraying his grandfather President Harry Truman in the play “Give ‘Em Hell, Harry.” Read more

Behind the Scenes of Journey On

Behind the scenes of Scottish Rite, NMJ’s new campaign: “Journey On”. Learn more about what the Core Values of Scottish Rite Freemasonry mean to the Masons who starred in the broadcast and the creative team behind this campaign. Read more

Who is our Customer?

Featured in the February 2022 Sublime Leadership newsletter, we explore Peter F. Drucker's "Who is our Customer?" from "The Five Most Important Questions You Will Ever Ask About Your Organization." Read more

Introducing: Journey On

The Supreme Council of the Scottish Rite, NMJ is pleased to announce the newest campaign for Scottish Rite Masons: Journey On. Read more

Celebrating African American Freemasons and Their Impact

In honor of Black History Month, we honor notable African American Freemasons and their impact throughout history. Read more

A New Scottish Rite, NMJ Campaign is Coming Soon

The Supreme Council of the Scottish Rite, NMJ shares a first look at their new campaign, premiering February 17th. Read more

The Legacy of Brother Voltaire

You may know Voltaire as a leading philosopher and writer of the Enlightenment period, but what many may not know is that he was initiated into Freemasonry just a month before his death in 1778. Read more

Ben Franklin: A Freemason for the Ages

Boston-born Benjamin Franklin is one of the most notable Freemasons in history. Now through October 2024, visitors of the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library can meet extraordinary Masons, like Benjamin Franklin, in their new exhibition, "The Masonic Hall of Fame: Extraordinary Freemasons in American History." Read more

Franklin, Lincoln, Pickett, and Me: A Reflection on the 26°

Brother Thomas R. Labagh, 33°, reflects on his experience acting in the Scottish Rite 26th degree and the lessons he’s learned along the way. Read more