A short video, entitled "Not Just a Man. A Mason"
For the Lodge using the internet for communication, here are some tips and thoughts as to the best way to use the different programs available. This page suggests ways in which social media and internet communications can be used, and in December 2016 we will publish our Social Media Policy document offering guidance and best practices as to what content you put on your public social media presence.
The term “York Rite” has been established for well over 150 years, and is generally recognized as consisting of three constituent and indispensable bodies: the Chapter of Royal Arch Masons, the Council of Royal and Select Masters, and the Commandery of Knights Templars.
Bro. Robert T Goff, Grand Tall Cedar
Beginning in 1826, Freemasonry in America experienced its darkest period as a result of the incident known as the "Morgan Affair".
By: M.W.Dennis W. Pothier, PGM
On April 8th and 9th, Scottish Rite Freemasonry was a showcase of the hard work and dedication of the works of the Lodge of Perfection from many parts of the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction. Brethren traveled from as far as Rochester, New York and most of the New England States to participate, at the invitation of Boston Lafayette Lodge of Perfection, Valley of Boston, to provide the drama of the 4th to the 14th degree.
An introduction to Herladry of the Rhode Island Grand Lodge, by R∴W∴ David Lavery
M∴W∴ Bradford L Barco
On June 12, 2016, RI College of Rosicrucians met at the Shelter Harbor Inn in Westerly, RI for our summer solstice meeting with our ladies.
Bro. Roy F. Pruett
One of the most important symbols in Freemasonry is the ineffable, or incommunicable name of God.
By: Robert Lyle, Prophet Monarch
Moslem Grotto is the playground of Freemasonry in Rhode Island. We value our Masonic obligations but we also have fun. We encourage our ladies to attend our meetings. They are welcome for the meeting meal and the camaraderie after the regular Grotto Meeting, which is always short. We always start our meetings nights with an "attitude-adjustment" period followed by some very fine dining, a short meeting and collation.