Written by RW Bro David Williamson, Grand Chaplain Emeritus of New York and brought to us by Bro Colin Briton, this Short Talk discusses these elements of the Craft, and reminds us of these essential facets of Brotherhood. Enjoy!
It is not Freemasonry’s job to take political positions, and this Short Talk is not intended as one. At the same time, it IS the job of the Craft to defend and support that upon which our future depends. This episode is dedicated to those among us engaged in and dedicated to such crucial work.
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Today we are joined by Bro S. Joseph Esshagian, Past Grand Orator of the Grand Lodge of California, who brings us a story of having dinner in a Lodge in Jerusalem. Among the members present were Jews, Christians and Muslims, demonstrating what true brotherhood is about.
Written by MW Rev Dr Joseph Fort Newton, this Short Talk explores the meanings that the Craft has attached to the Letter G, and is an excellent listen, especially for those Masons who have passed the FC degree.
Written by MW Bro Carl Claudy, this Short Talk explores the symbolism behind that act which brings candidates into the Light of Freemasonry. This is a topic that is rarely discussed outside of the ritual, yet has deep symbolic meaning that is a valuable part of Masonic education. Enjoy!
From July of 1961, this Short Talk examines ideas in the book of the same title by James Allen, and discusses how, in his own thought-world, each man holds the key to every condition, good or bad, that enters into his life, and that, by working patiently and intelligently upon his thoughts, he may remake […]
Written while the world was still reeling from WWI, this Short Talk is poignant even today, and offers a reassuring look ahead, despite what we now know occurred in the intervening century. We are reminded, heading into 2019, that the benefits of Freemasonry are timeless.
This is just about as timely an episode as possible. Written in 1986 by RW Rev Bro Richard D. Campbell, Grand Chaplain of the Grand Lodge of New York, this Short Talk explores our motivations as men and Masons, and is a call for connections of Brotherhood to prevail in all of our relationships.
Written by Exceedingly Worshipful Bro Carl H. Claudy, this Short Talk explores the origins and reasons behind the language found in the Craft. Another timeless and timely lesson, this one written in 1929.
This episode is brought to us by RW Bro Peter Cutler , current DDGM 14th Maine, and discusses the symbolism of the badge of a Mason. Originally written in 1927, these timeless ideas help tell us who we are as Masons.
For this Short Talk, we are joined by Elizabeth Meldrum, Miss Job’s Daughter of Virginia 2016-17, who brings us this inspiring Short Talk about Job’s Daughters, and by extension all youth based appendant bodies. Enjoy!
This episode, written by Rev Bro Oscar Alan Gwyn, explores why these two Christian Saints were taken by the Craft and made our own, as they represent the two great aims of our order: righteousness and love. Enjoy!