Brother Brozovic explores what it means to be a Steward, why their role is so vital, and how the history of the position has shaped its present form.
Brother Zaro explores what it means to love one another and how Masons through the ages have approached the topic.
Masonic history records the beginning of the Grand Lodge of London and Westminster as being organized there on June 24, 1717, by a combined meeting of four local area Lodges. But what happened to those Lodges?
Few should be surprised to learn that the early history of the Masonic Fraternity was spent in taverns. The Craft met, as did virtually every other club and society of the day, in local inns.
Jean II found an order of chivalry modeled on the Knights of the Round Table. The Order of the Star was intended revive French prestige, and weld the splintered loyalty of his nobles to the Valois monarchy.
Edward II found an order of chivalry modeled on the Knights of the Round Table. The Order of the Garter was dedicated to honor and charity.