DISCOURCE: Spreading the Light of Masonic Research No. 209: “DeMolays and Young Freemasons – Why Did They Go?” Δ

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Spreading the Light of Masonic Research No. 209:

“DeMolays and Young Freemasons – Why Did They Go?” Δ

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Brethren,
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Here is our latest installment of research papers from Virginia Research Lodge No. 1777. If you would like to be added to the list, or have a friend who would like to be on the list, just send me an email or message. This week’s submission is from  Rt. Wor. Ray Soltis, Regional Provost for Region 10, entitled “DeMolays and Young Freemasons – Why Did They Go?” which was presented as a Regional Provost Newsletter on March 1, 2023.The Grand Lodge Committee on Masonic Education is collecting presentations to disseminate to the Brethren of Virginia. The Regional Provost for Region 10 has started a Regional Provost Newsletter to be sent to each Lodge. This paper, written by Bro. Dawson C. Murray, tells a personal tale about young men who come from DeMolay and join the Masonic Lodge, only to experience culture shock at seeing Masons who are not living up to their obligations, so much it drives one new member away from Lodge. The lesson is, we are someone’s impression of Freemasonry, and need to always bear that in mind.

If you enjoy these weekly papers, I highly recommend attending one of Virginia’s premier Research Lodges. Hearing a paper presented in person by the author, with the discussion afterwards, is a far superior experience to simply reading it for yourself. Also, there are papers presented in a Research Lodge that will never be made available online.

Did you miss a paper? See all previous papers here: http://www.researchlodge.org/Lists/Spreading.

 
 

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