What Are The Benefits of Becoming A Freemason

A Freemason benefits emotionally and spiritually from having joined but rarely benefits financially.Find out what being a mason means and costs.

What Are The Benefits of Becoming A Freemason

A Freemason benefits emotionally and spiritually from having joined but rarely benefits financially.Find out what being a mason means and costs.Learn More Here

Table of contents for Western esotericism and rituals of initiation

Table of Contents for Western esotericism and rituals of initiation / Henrik Bogdan, available from the Library of Congress.

How to Keep Hydrangeas Small

Hydrangeas are beautiful flowering shrubs that add pops of color to any garden, but they grow really fast and can easily get out of hand. If your hydrangeas are getting a little unruly, there are a fe

How to Approach a Guy Online

Whether you’re online dating or you just spot someone cute on social media, approaching a guy online is a great way to get a conversation started. Picking the right opening line can be the differenc

How to Become an Actress With No Experience

Every actor or actress has to start somewhere – and you can start right now! Whether you're interested in film, theater, or television, breaking into acting can be both exhilarating and challenging.

How to Clean a Grill Pan

If you don’t want to fire up your outdoor grill, you might reach for your grill pan. If you use your grill pan a lot, it might be getting a little greasy and grimy. Thankfully, there are a few foolp

How to Cook Frozen Shrimp

A bag of frozen shrimp can be a lifesaver come dinnertime. If not properly prepared, however, your favorite seafood dishes can easily turn into a bland, watery mess. The key to cooking with frozen shr

How to Learn from Others

Even if you’re the most successful person on the planet, you can always stand to learn from other people. Those who have more experience or different perspectives can offer great advice and tips tha

How to Become a Beekeeper

Whenever you see a bee buzzing by, it’s probably hard at work pollinating plants, sustaining the crops we eat, and producing honey. Bees play a critical role in our ecosystem, and beekeepers help th

How to Do Customer Research

You’ve heard the expression, “The customer is always right,” but who exactly is that customer? Well, that’s where customer research comes in! The truth is, you could have an amazing product, b

How to Schedule a Post on Facebook

An active stream of content on your Facebook Page can help keep your readers engaged. To avoid having to constantly release new posts, schedule posts ahead of time! Although Facebook no longer lets yo

How to Shoot Real Estate Videos

Trying to sell your house in a competitive market can feel like an uphill battle. Shooting a video can help set you apart from the crowd and give potential buyers an inside look into your beautiful ho

Blind children will receive reading support

Hundreds of blind and partially-sighted children will be able to equally access the visual world of pictures, books and learning, thanks to a grant of £30,000 to the Living Paintings charity. The po

Families in South Sudan receive emergency support

The MCF responds to the needs of families experiencing severe poverty in India due to the impact of COVID-19. The post Families in South Sudan receive emergency support appeared first on The Masonic

Teddies for Loving Care show their support for the NHS

Over the years, more than three million teddies have been donated to hospitals across the country and over the past week, Freemasons have been paying special visits to see the bears in action and sho

DoE Fund receives major boost from Cambridge University freemasons

The £35,000 donation reflects the 35 years that HRH The Duke of Edinburgh served as the University’s Chancellor. The post DoE Fund receives major boost from Cambridge University freemasons appear

Freemasons to partner with Duke of Edinburgh’s Award

A grant of £300,000 will be made to enable 30,000 children with disabilities and special educational needs to participate in the awards. The post Freemasons to partner with Duke of Edinburgh’s Awa

Families in India receive emergency food

The MCF responds to the needs of families experiencing severe poverty in India due to the impact of COVID-19. The post Families in India receive emergency food appeared first on The Masonic Charitabl

Sir Paul Williams takes over as MCF Chairman

Sir Paul succeeds James Newman OBE, who served as Chairman when the MCF was founded in 2016. The post Sir Paul Williams takes over as MCF Chairman appeared first on The Masonic Charitable Foundation.

Supporting children’s mental health

Poor mental health sees an individual experience difficult thoughts, feelings and reactions which may reach a point at which they are unable to cope. The post Supporting children’s mental health ap

Taking a walk on the wild side

Research shows more than 850,000 people in the UK are living with dementia. The post Taking a walk on the wild side appeared first on The Masonic Charitable Foundation.

Dogs tackling disabilities

The MCF has just announced £30,000 in funding for Canine Partners which will support the charity in providing assessments, training and after care for all its beneficiaries. The post Dogs tackling d

Relevant Masonry Internet Lecture Series

Freemasonry isn’t just found in lodges. Things that Freemasons discuss, shrouded in allegory and symbolism, are sometimes more relevant to people when stated more plainly in other walks of life. Eso

Fundraising: Braden Style

It’s said you can determine the personality of a group by the way they raise money… Ok, no one says that, but it’s probably true, and we dig pizza, beer, and bowling. So to raise money for our s

Trust and the Green-Eyed Ladies: Why Even Jealous Wives Need to Send Their Men to Lodge

Masonry affects family. There’s no doubt about it. You can’t give the paterfamilias in your brood a get-out-of-the-house-free card and not have that affect every other little things. He’s not th

Braden blogger opens Stones ‘n’ Bones

Braden 168’s featured blogger, Matt Gallagher, has set up shop on his own page. Each Thursday Matt will continue posting here, but for further thoughts and reflections, and a more personal explorat

Timothy Grube

Vital Stats Name: Timothy Grube Secret Masonic Nickname: Fitch Occupation: Wood finisher But wants to be a: Historic preservationist Active in: York Rite Attends lodge: Most every week   Why did

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