“Sins of Our Masonic Fathers: The lost strength of fewness in American Freemasonry”, by John W. Bizzack, PhD. Reviewed by Cathy Giaimo, Librarian, The Masonic Library and Museum of Pennsylvania. “Sins of Our Masonic Fathers” by Brother John W. Bizzack is an examination of the history of American Freemasonry and its effect on membership. Brother Bizzack makes the point [...]
Brother Ronald B. Carson, District Deputy Grand Master, 1st Masonic District, learned the values of the craft, and much more, from a brother who became a role model.
Brother Robert J. Slater, District Deputy Grand Master 47th Masonic District, takes you through his Masonic highlight reel and some of his proudest Masonic accomplishments.
When Brother Mark Nolf, New Bethlehem Lodge No. 522, signed up to be an organ donor as a teenager, he never imagined that he would one day be the recipient of a life-saving organ. In the fall of 2012, he started experiencing shortness of breath. “I thought I was just getting fat and lazy,” he jokes, but it was [...]
A tragic event involving brethren from the Grand Lodge of Ohio and their wives taught Brother D. Todd Ballenger, District Deputy Grand Master, 55th Masonic District “a very personal lesson in the value of brotherhood.”
Brother Richard H. Bradbury Sr., District Deputy Grand Master, 8th Masonic District, learned about the fraternity - and much more - from two brothers who took him under their wings.
To educate and unite Pennsylvanians around the solution, the Masonic Blood and Organ Donor Program will participate in the first-ever PA Donor Day on Jan. 8, 2020, and they need your help.
Brother Craig Shaffer, District Deputy Grand Master, 5th Masonic District, wasn't ready to be actively involved when he first joined the fraternity. He later recommitted to the brotherhood, determined to become Worshipful Master by his 50th birthday.
Brother Rob Brink, District Deputy Grand Master-At-Large, knows if help is needed for a Brother, he can find it with just a few phone calls.
Brother Darrin D. Catts, District Deputy Grand Master – 42nd Masonic District, shares how thanks to the efforts of brethren across his district, one brother’s financial needs for a cancer trial were met without strain on his family