The Freemasons of the Independence

The United States’ Founding Fathers, including George Washington, John Hancock, Benjamin Franklin, and Paul Revere are well known across the U.S. for laying the foundation upon which our country has been built, just as their devotion to the Fraternity is lauded among Masons. Read more

The Legacy of the Masonic Apron

The Masonic apron is perhaps the greatest symbol of Masonic tradition and history, serving as a reminder to every Mason their commitment to uphold the values of the Craft. Read more

Meet the CDC's New Director of Operations, David L. Sharkis, 33°

Meet Dave Sharkis, the new Director of Operations, Children's Dyslexia Center. After years of doing his part helping his local center, Dave is excited to help lead the organization into its next chapter. Read more

Children’s Dyslexia Centers, Inc.: New Leadership and a New Look

The 32° Scottish Rite is thrilled to share that the next chapter of the Children’s Dyslexia Center has officially begun. From its new branding and logo, to the freshly designed website and new leadership, the CDC is poised to carry on its mission with renewed strength, making a difference to new generations of children in need. Read more

New Membership Retention & Growth Tactics from the Valley of Rockville Centre

The Valley of Rockville Centre is on track for welcoming a great number of new Brothers joining 32° Scottish Rite Freemasonry. Read more

The White Flower Society: A Fund to Support our Masonic Widows

The White Flower Society is a fund dedicated to helping Masonic widows in need. Read more

Scottish Rite Rings: The Meaning Behind the Band

From the official 14° and 33° rings to custom 32° rings, Scottish Rite rings are a richly symbolic way to show your Masonic pride. Read more

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 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 brethren: Read more

St. Edoüard & the Origins of Masonry

We are proud to announce the release of the annotated translation of "Saint Edoüard, a 1748 Masonic Lodge During the French Enlightenment", by Ill. Brother Kamel Oussayef, 33°. Transport yourself to mid-18th century Paris, France to learn about the history, environment, and societal standings of these Lodge members and how Freemasonry impacted their personal lives. Read more