As we all know, Freemasonry is the oldest and largest fraternity in the world composed of men of good will and character who practice the spirit of universal brotherhood to all men. One of the many reasons to join the Craft is education.
The origins of Freemasonry have been attributed variously to King Solomon and the construction of the Temple in Jerusalem, Euclid and Pythagoras, Moses, and descendants of Noah. Freemasonry has also been considered an offshoot of the ancient institutional outgrowth of the medieval guilds of stonemasons or a direct descendant of the Knights Templar or Knights of the Temple.
If you wish to study and learn more about Masonry in a relaxed and informal setting, Cincinnati Lodge as organized and is hosting a Masonic Learning Group meeting on the last Thursday of each month in 2012 from 7 to 8:30 PM. Open to all Masons, this is your invitation. The contacts are Bro. John LoSapio and Bro. Pat DeBiasse.
Knowledge gives us the opportunity as individual Freemasons and as a Lodge to improve the community in the interest of human welfare through charitable deeds and good will to all mankind by translating these principles into action.
Ted J. Parry