Category Archives: Freemasonry

Initiative of our United Grand Lodge of Portugal

Visit to “Prazeres” Cemetery, 3d February, Lisbon. 10 AM.   Advertisements

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Freemasony lectured in Macau

A lecture is scedulled for today, the 24th November, in Macau concerning the 300 years of the Grand Lodge of London and Westminster recently commemorated with a public event at the Royal Albert Hall in London. The lecturer is Arnaldo … Continue reading

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How Freemasonry works

It needs to be. One of the good things that Freemasonry has, as an Order, is the door open. To come inside one need to knock at the door and pass through an enquiry and afterward being approved in a … Continue reading

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Resuming activities

September is usually chosen for the return of Lodges to its Masonic activities. This is the usual practice in the North Hemisphere. Sun Yat Sen Lodge follows that tradition and our works will resume “strength and vigor” by the middle of … Continue reading

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Is there a role for Freemasonry in modern society?

What is the aim of freemasonry in an era of instability and confrontation as the one we live in? Freemasonry has been persistent in transmitting to the profane society the values that explained its creation, as a speculative fraternity, three hundred … Continue reading

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Restarting

The time of parties and festivities has ended. Our Masonic year restarts this coming thursday at Macau, usual hour. 2017 will be a terrific year in initiatives and projects. We have some profane in the queue to be initiated according to the … Continue reading

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Freemasonry extends across Asia

Freemasonry has been, in Asia, the result of the European colonization of Asian territories which were part, during several decades or centuries, of the European Empires. This was the case of Portugal, France and Great Britain. Lodges were founded where military personal … Continue reading

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