Here is a summary of the events and the legislation passed (and not passed) at the 163rd Annual Communication of the Grand Lodge of Minnesota, held in Bloomington on April 8th and 9th, 2016.
We have a short video on YouTube that explains the Grand Lodge of Minnesota KidsID Child Safety Program. Why we do it and what's it all about.
For the fifth year in a row, the Area Deputies and other leaders have worked hard on planning a full year of Degree schools, leadership training events and other important events across the state. Here is a PDF of that important schedule.
New Brochure available from the Masonic Service Association - Highlights Masonry’s Historic Contributions To Society
New Brochure Highlights Masonry’s Historic Contributions To Society
Key historical trends, which were either initiated or advanced by Masonry, are described in a new brochure published by the Masonic Information Center. “What Has Masonry Done for the World?” is aimed at both Masons and non-Masons.
The Three Great Lights of Masonry was an original oil painting commissioned by the Grand Lodge A.F.&A.M. of Minnesota, to celebrate its Sesquicentennial Anniversary in 2003.
The Grand Lodge of Minnesota Education Committee announces the launch of the Wayfaring Man program. This new program encompassing the ideals of Albert Mackey’s fourteenth landmark, the right of visitation by a Master Mason. The purpose of this program is to promote the visitation of brethren from different lodges so that they can meet on the level and see what is happening in other lodges whether the Lodge is in the next city, state or country.
As seen on W. Brother Christopher Hodapp's (author of Freemasons for Dummies) excellent blog, here is an great new video on the United States flag, created by the Northern Jurisdiction of the Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite.