|Grand Master of Illinois Tony Cracco and Worshipful Master of Homer Lodge No. 199 Todd E. Creason during re-dedication ceremony.|
Our unique perspectives are what brings our readers to us. We don't just talk--we do. Our writers have done remarkable work outside the blog doing exactly the kind of things we write about--most especially on the Masonic education front. In fact, many of our Emeritus writers stopped writing because they were too busy doing Freemasonry to write about Freemasonry. Part of our problem is we have an abundance of critics and a shortage of volunteers to help--the critics wind up burning out the guys that are actually doing the majority of the work. It's easy to criticize, it's far more difficult to roll up your sleeves and labor in the quarries.
Enough on that.
The Masonic Tour of Scotland and England by following the link. Contact me if you have any questions. We're just going to have a great time, and as you'll see from the itinerary, there are some amazing sites we'll be visiting. I hope you can join us!
I got a lot of nice emails this week as well. Readers enjoyed my posts this week--both were re-posts from the past. The nice thing about have done this for so long is that I have a huge archive of literally hundreds and hundreds of pieces to fall back on when I get busy and can't write new content--many of those pieces published long before I had the kind of audience I enjoy today.
In case you missed it, on Tuesday I posted a piece entitled The Challenges of Masonic Ritual. And on Thursday, I talked a little bit about the Scottish Rite in What Is The Scottish Rite?.
I do have at least one new piece for next week, and I'll have one for the Midnight Freemasons next week as well--so be sure and check in with me on Tuesday and Thursday, and the Midnight Freemasons on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Between the two of us, we have your weekly Masonic light covered!
Have a great week!
~Todd E. Creason, 33°