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2014 Masonic Restoration Foundation
AUGUST 15 – 17
The Masonic Restoration Foundation (MRF) www.traditionalobservance.com is the recognizing body for Traditional Observant Lodges in America.
Members of the Book Club will be returning for the 2014 Symposium and recommend those of you available for the trip to attend.
Registration is $100pp
Accommodations are $92 per room per night (up to two queens per room)
We are looking into carpooling to Cincinnati, please email the us if you are considering attending this annual symposium.
“Observing the Craft”
By Andrew Hammer
FIDELITY LODGE No 113
99 South Maple Avenue, Ridgewood
Dinner 6:30 – $10pp – RSVP For Dinner Required
Discussion 7:15 PM
Master Masons Only
RSVP to 2MDBookClub@gmail.com
Additional Suggested Readings
by Dwight L. Smith, PGM
by Dwight L. Smith, PGM
by The Knights of the North
“Traditional Observance” Podcast
by Masonic Central
Observing the Craft is a manifesto of sorts for the observant Mason, who seeks quality over quantity in every aspect of Masonry.
It is a stringent argument for the Symbolic (Blue) Lodge as the ne plus ultra of the Craft, asking that Masons put actions behind their statements that ‘nothing is higher than the third degree.’
It is a book that calls for nothing but the utmost personal effort and commitment to be put into the operation of a Masonic Lodge, and the experience of a Masonic meeting, in search of the transformational experience which Masons define as ‘making good men better’.
WB Andrew Hammer
Saturday November 23rd 9:45 AM to 1:00 PM
100th Anniversary & Cornerstone Rededication at the Nutley Public Library
Meet at Nutley Lodge No 25, 175 Chestnut St. Nutley, NJ 07110
Marching from Lodge to Library at 11AM
Short Ceremony conducted by the Grand Master
and the Mayor of Nutley should conclude by 12pm.
Dress: Dark Suit & Tie, Apron
(Dark Umbrella in case of inclement weather)
This Saturday, November 23rd, the Grand Master of Masons of the State of New Jersey, Most Worshipful David A. Dorworth and members of the Grand Staff will be visiting Nutley Lodge!
On that morning Nutley Lodge will be helping their town in rededicating the 100 year old cornerstone of the Nutley Public Library.
This is an important day for Freemasonry as we will be interacting with the community at one of their most noteworthy occasions of the year.
Please come out for this short event.
The Lodge will be opened at 9:45 a.m.,
but you can arrive up to 11:00.
At that time we will march the one block to the library for the short ceremony.
We will be done before noon.
Dress is dark suit. If the weather is inclement, please bring a dark umbrella also.
All Masons are welcome and are asked to attend, especially our newer Brothers. Please also tell all of your Brother Masons throughout the District and State.
Thank you for taking the time to represent Freemasonry.
Your family may also be interested in coming and viewing this historic occasion.
Sincerely and Fraternally,
Nutley Lodge No 25
175 Chestnut St.
Nutley, NJ 07110
WINTER OFFICER’S SEMINAR
Saturday February 1st
8 AM – 12:30 PM
Trenton Masonic Temple
100 Barrack Street, Trenton
Registration : 8:00 AM – 8:45 AM
Tuesday November 19th Fidelity Lodge No 113, 99 South Maple Avenue, Ridgewood
Dinner at 6:30PM, $10pp
Please RSVP to 2mdBookClub@gmail.com so we can prepare accordingly
Discussion starts at 7:15PM
Dress: Casual Attire
Master Masons Only
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I believe he accomplished just that. Although John Robinson does tend to ramble at times and often makes the same points repeatedly, the book is a quality product and deserves to be seen as such. His theories on the origins of Freemasonry and the history of the fraternity are not only well researched and documented, but very likely true.
This book is an excellent resource and I highly recommend it to anyone that would like to learn about the history of the Freemasons. I believe it speaks volumes that John J. Robinson’s last request was to be made a Mason and given a proper Masonic Funeral service