Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Similarities and differences between U.S. and U.K. Freemasonry

Last week in response to Bro. Ben's article asking his readers what he should write about, I asked several general questions about what Freemasonry is like in Britain.

In response, he has begun a series dedicated to answering those questions on his blog Middlesex-Fire.

His first article talks about how often our British brothers meet. The second one delves into what they wear during lodge meetings.

You might want to keep your eye on his series, to learn a little about the similarities and differences of British Masonry in London compared with the version your lodge or jurisdiction practices.

Image: Freemason's Hall, home of the United Grand Lodge of England

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  1. Thanks for the link!

    As has been said - I'm doing my best to answer some questions from the other side of the pond - with as much information as I can muster. Being a fairly new mason, sometimes I won't be able to give the whole picture - but I'll do my best. If you've got any more questions you want answered, get in touch via the site.


  2. Hello!

    Post number 3, about the relative formailty of our events, is now up - I hope you enjoy it.



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