Celebrating 300 years
QUARTERLY COMMUNICATION 11 SEPTEMBER 2002 An address by the MW The Pro Grand Master the Most Hon the Marquess of Northampton, DL Lord Northampton said that, as a public relations exercise, Freemasonry in the Community…
The Order of Service to Masonry is the highest honour the Grand Master can confer on any member of the Craft. Instituted in 1945, it is in the personal gift of the Grand Master, and…
QUARTERLY COMMUNICATION12 JUNE 2002AN ADDRESS BY THE MW THE PRO GRAND MASTER the Most Hon the Marquess of Northampton, DL Brethren, Next Tuesday we are celebrating ‘Freemasonry in the Community’ week which is fast becoming…
ANNUAL CRAFT INVESTITURE 24 APRIL 2002 An address by the MW The Grand Master HRH The Duke of Kent, KG This has been an exciting and successful year for the Craft, which will culminate in…

Fourth Degree of the Antients

Friday, 19 April 2002
The Complex Origins of the Royal Arch is Described by Yasha Beresiner Organised freemasonry began with the establishment in London of the Premier Grand Lodge of England on 24 June 1717. The first evidence of…
In an exclusive royal interview, Michael Dewar talks to the Duke of Kent, particularly on the future of Freemasonry in his role as Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England Good Morning Sir,…
Robert A. H. Morrow took up his duties as Grand Secretary and Grand Scribe E on 1 March. Born in Nottingham in 1947 he was educated at Nottingham High School and Hertford College, Oxford. Opting…
QUARTERLY COMMUNICATION13 March 2002A statement BY lord cadogan on the Local Government Act 2000 Lord Cadogan, President of the Board of General Purposes, in a statement referred to the Local Government Act 2000, particularly for…
QUARTERLY COMMUNICATION12 December 2001AN ADDRESS BY THE MW THE PRO GRAND MASTER THE MOST HON THE MARQUESS OF NORTHAMPTON, DL Brethren, In November 1999 the Grand Master’s Council appointed a Committee to consider the basis…
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