Nov 16, 2015

Entered Apprentice Degree: Tuesday November 17th 2015

Entered Apprentice Degree: Tuesday November 17th 2015

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Tuesday November 17, 2015

Entered Apprentice Degree

6:30 Dinner 7:30 Discussion
RSVP to 2mdbookclub@gmail.com
Fidelity Lodge 113, 99 South Maple Avenue, Ridgewood
Casual Attire

Introduction to Freemasonry Part 1
Entered Apprentice
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Morals and Dogma
Entered Apprentice
Pike – Morals and Dogma – EA Degree

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Feb 10, 2015

Tuesday February 24th 2015

Tuesday February 24th 2015

 

 

 

 

 

The Masonic Book Club and Discussion Forum 

will be discussing 

Manly P. Hall’s 

Rosicrucian and Masonic Origins

on Tuesday February 24th 
(originally scheduled for Tuesday February 10th)

rosicrucian and masonic origins

Download a PDF Copy 

Listen to our Audio Version in MP3 

Hosted by Fidelity Lodge 113
99 South Maple Avenue, Ridgewood (exit 165)
additional parking available next door 85 South Maple

Dinner 6:30 PM $10pp by reservation to 2mdbookclub@gmail.com

Discussion 7:15 PM – 9:30 PM FREE

Casual Attire

Master Masons in Good Standing with the Grand Lodge of New Jersey

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Aug 4, 2014

Tuesday September 13th “A Traditional Observance Lodge” by Brother Cliff Porter

Tuesday September 13th “A Traditional Observance Lodge” by Brother Cliff Porter

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Tuesday September 13th 7:15 PM 

Fidelity Lodge No 113
99 South Maple Avenue
Ridgewood NJ (Exit 165)
Additional Parking next Door (85 S. Maple)

Dinner 6:30 PM $10pp
RSVP Required
2mdbookclub@gmail.com

 

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May 1, 2014

Tuesday May 27th The History of Freemasonry by Albert Mackey

Tuesday May 27th The History of Freemasonry by Albert Mackey

The History of Freemasonry

By Albert Mackey

At

FIDELITY LODGE No 113

99 South Maple Avenue, Ridgewood
Dinner 6:30 – $10pp – RSVP For Dinner Required
Discussion 7:15 PM

CHAPTERS IX – XXIX

Casual Attire
Master Masons Only

RSVP to 2MDBookClub@gmail.com

History Of Freemasonry, by Albert Mackey

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Link to PDF Copy

Link to Scanned Copy of Book

additional parking available next door at 85 S. Maple Avenue

 

 

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Feb 18, 2014

2014 Masonic Restoration Foundation Symposium

2014 Masonic Restoration Foundation Symposium

2014 Masonic Restoration Foundation

Symposium

AUGUST 15 – 17

Cincinnati OHIO

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.

www.mrfsymposium.org

MRF 2014 flyer-page1 (618x800)

 

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Feb 15, 2014

Tuesday April 1st 6:30 PM – Observing the Craft

Tuesday April 1st 6:30 PM – Observing the Craft

“Observing the Craft”

By Andrew Hammer
At

FIDELITY LODGE No 113

99 South Maple Avenue, Ridgewood
Dinner 6:30 – $10pp – RSVP For Dinner Required
Discussion 7:15 PM

Casual Attire
Master Masons Only

RSVP to 2MDBookClub@gmail.com

or Register Here

observing the craft

Observing The Craft

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Additional Suggested Readings

Whither Are We Travelling?

by Dwight L. Smith, PGM

Why This Confusion In The Temple?

by Dwight L. Smith, PGM

Laudable Pursuit

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

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