Masonic Definitions

“Writing a Lodge History”

There is an article of interest to anyone given the task of writing a Lodge history. It is available for download here: “Writing a Lodge History” (opens in a new tab) The Masonic Library and Museum Association is a membership-based association of those who work in, use, and support Libraries and Museums. Of course there […]

A Presentation . . .

What a delight it is to learn that someone respected my research enough to use it as the basis of a presentation of Masonic Education! Bro. Trevor McKeown is an esteemed and well-regarded Mason, active in the Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon. He was present for an online meeting of a lodge in […]

“Hoodwink” means what?

To the uninitiated man, a hoodwink is an object.  It is that cloth device used to cover the eyes.  Perhaps he recalls a scarf tied around his head for the children’s game of ‘blind man’s buff’.  A well-read man may recall stories of a person being deceived, or hoodwinked, into believing a falsehood.  The educated […]

Land of Saints and Scholars

Ireland is known as ‘The Land of Saints and Scholars’. What a grand opportunity it must have been for young James Agar to enter Trinity College in Dublin on this day (May 6) in 1775! Now Trinity College is home to the most popular tourist attraction in Ireland — The Long Room Library. But in […]

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Marshall Kern, FCF

About Me

Worshipful Brother Marshall Kern is a member and Past Master of Victoria Lodge No. 56 in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada.