Published September 15, 2006
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
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A similar story was published about Catherine Babington, first in her obituary, in Shelby, North Carolina, in , then in a short book by her son outlining her masonic career. Hailed as the only female mason in the United States, she is said to have obtained the secrets at the age of 16 by hiding in her uncles' lodge room in Princess, Kentucky. Having lost her father at an early age, she spent much of her childhood at . Posted on September 2, by The Mason's Lady 1 As mentioned last week, the topic of non-masculine Freemasonry tends to illicit a strong response from most people involved in Masonry, no matter which side of the fence they may fall on as far as the actual subject is concerned. Some women have already acted on their ideals and joined organisations of a moralistic, quasi-religious and, in some cases, Masonic nature developed principally for women. At least five such bodies exist in Victoria, namely, The Order of the Eastern Star, The Order of the Amaranth, The White Shrine of Jerusalem, The Order of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masonry for Women, and International Co-Freemasonry. The Masonic Female Orphan School of Ireland From the Book of the Centenary, pages , published , Compiled and Edited by Thomas Stuart, Lodge No.
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Get the best deals on Masonic & Freemason Books & Publications when you shop the largest online selection at Free shipping on many items MASONIC LIBRARY Books Freemasonry Freemason Secrets Mysteries 4 DVDs C $ 1 sold. The History of Freemasonry, 7 Volumes, Albert Mackey Book Collection on CD V In this final installment of the Faith Hope and Charity series, we consider the symbolism of charity, or perhaps better called love. It is this attribute that allows the fraternity to “find in every clime a brother, and in every land a home,” the subtext of which Mackey defines in . The Order of the Eastern Star maintains that it is not a secret society. The group calls itself the largest worldwide fraternal organization. More than , men and women are members of the OES. The OES officially began in the mids in the United States. Dr. Rob Morris, the Poet Laureate of Masonry, organized the first Grand Chapter of. Masonic Charities. likes. The Masonic Charities Trust has been established as a new major charitable body for the benefit of the community from the proceeds of the previous Masonic ers: