Originally Lodges were dedicated to King Solomon, famous for the Temple which bears his name. Many Master Masons have been confused as to why we now dedicate our Lodges to “the Holy Saints John” and what the symbolism there is.
Our Tyler prepared a short talk about the nature and person of Saint John the Baptist, one of the two patron saints of Masonry, a feast for whom is traditionally held in late June.
Answering a time-old question of a particular quirk of American Freemasonry and its customs.
An article in which we explore why Masonic Lodges are traditionally called “Blue Lodges” and the historical and allegorical significance thereof.