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Masonic Lodges
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In What do Mason’s Believe?

Brotherly love: Love for each other and for all mankind
Relief: Charity for others and mutual aid for fellow Masons
Truth: The search for answers to the universal questions of morality and the salvation of the soul that only a man's individual faith and his relationship with God can provide

Myths about Masons

Modern Freemasonry has been around since 1717. The first concocted untruths about the Order appeared in print at almost the same time.

Click Here for a great Article to read about these Myths

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How do I become a Free Mason?

If you are seeking Membership YOU MUST ASK a Mason or a Masonic Lodge for an application.

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If you live near Abilene Texas and would like to speak to someone about becoming a Mason.
CLICK HERE TO CONTACT US

Brothers Jack Thompson, Al Alexandre, Andrew Way & Frank Cozby visit our senior member Clifford Ramsey at the retirement home in San Angelo

Brother Clifford recently, at 96 years old, went to be with the Great Architect of the universe..  He loved Masonry and had his mind until the last day.  I was privileged to know him and was proud to call him my brother and friend.  When I would visit him in the nursing home he would start to do his memory work with me.. I would get up and close the door and we would do the work together. He never failed to amaze me.

Andrew Way, Sr Warden John Sayles Lodge 1408

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Pictured here are Brothers Jack Thompson, Andrew Way, and Frank Cozby with Clifford.

 ”The mission of Freemasonry is to promote a way of life that binds like minded men into a worldwide Brotherhood that transcends all religious, ethnic, cultural, social and educational differences; by teaching the great principles of Brotherly Love, Relief, and Truth: and, by the outward expression of these, through its fellowship, its compassion and its concern, to find ways in which each may serve his God, his family, his country, his neighbors and himself."

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It’s important to find a lodge close to where you live.
CLICK HERE TO LOCATE A LODGE NEAR YOU.

Monthly E-mail Trestle board for the Big Country

E-mail Bro. John Price at  jprice5@clydelodge.org to subscribe

Brothers this is a wonderful way to know the Schedules & Masonic happenings around the Texas Big Country.

Areas Included but not limited to:

Abilene, Albany, Anson, Baird, Bangs, Breckenridge, Brownwood, Cisco, Clyde, Coleman, Cross Plains, Dublin, Eastland, Goldthwaite, Gorman, Hylton, Lawn, May, Moran, Ranger, Rising Star, Santa Anna, Sipe Springs, and Stamford

Click Here to download and print a petition 
Completed petitions should usually be provided to an officer of the lodge you are petitioning. . 
Your annual dues card will gain you entry to any lodge in Texas and
You will need to provide a copy of your birth certificate, email me for help completing your petition. . 

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Andrew Way, The Author of this site is from a family with generations of Free Masons.  Any information in this site was found by researching the subject and is not intended to imply he is the author of any information about this ancient organization.  If any copyrighted information is found on this site please notify the webmaster immediately and it will be removed. All information has been provided to me by interested parties.   This site is intended to comply with the guidelines from the Grand Lodge of Texas found here.

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