SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FROM WB RALPH LEPTRONE,
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LODGE OFFICERS FOR 2020l to r: Chuck Mabery, PM, Tyler; Josh Vinnacombe, Senior Steward; Gerad Simpson, Senior Deacon; Tim Adair, Senior Warden; Ralph Leptrone, Worshipful Master; Garrett Gurley, Junior Warden; Matthew Rollins, Junior Deacon; behind him is Duwayne Prather, PM, Secretary; Casey Cole, Junior Steward; Bill McPherson, Chaplain. Missing from the photo is Tony Wilson, PM, Treasurer
RALPH LEPTRONE IS OBLIGATED AS MASTER OF THE LODGE
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CLICK HERE TO SEE PHOTOS FROM THE ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST CELEBRATION, JUNE 24, 2019
Thank you Brother Mike for contributing some of the photos
WORSHIPFUL BROTHER RICKY WATSON, RIGHT, RECEIVING THE 2018 DALLAS MASONIC LODGE 182 'MASTER MASON OF THE YEAR' AWARD FROM GRAND MASTER MICHAEL WILSON
CONGRATULATIONS BROTHER RICKY!
WORSHIPFUL BROTHER BOBBY WALRAVEN RECOGNIZED FOR HIS 65 YEARS AS A MEMBER OF DALLAS LODGE CONGRATULATIONS BROTHER BOBBY!
CLICK HERE TO SEE PHOTOS FROM WB BOBBY WALRAVEN'S 65TH MASONIC YEAR AWARD CELEBRATION
NEWEST MASTER MASONSFrom L to R: Brother Timothy Craig Doyal II,
Brother Clifton McClain Blalock, Brother Joshua David VinnacombeCongratulations, Brothers!
CLICK HERE TO SEE PHOTOS FROM 2019 OFFICER INSTALLATION
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Brethren, please click on the 'Newsletter' tab on the left to view the newsletter about Brother Charles Phillips' 2017 Masonic Golf Fundraiser.
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“When you think yours is the only true path you forever chain yourself to judging others and narrow the vision of God. The road to righteousness and arrogance is a parallel road that can intersect each other several times throughout a person's life. It’s often hard to recognize one road from another. What makes them different is the road to righteousness is paved with the love of humanity. The road to arrogance is paved with the love of self.”
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Freemasonry is the largest and oldest secular fraternal order in the world, crossing all religious boundaries to bring men together of all countries, sects, and opinion in peace and harmony. It is a universal brotherhood, dedicated to serving the divine by service to family, country, and mankind.
Freemasonry is a philosophical organization emphasizing the study of moral symbols to build character. This education is, in part, the foundation of a more profound understanding of mankind and his existence. Freemasonry teaches about the value of people. The real nature of Freemasonry is a spiritual force behind each member, improving himself morally by associating with other like-minded individuals. Also, Freemasonry acts as a social organization, promoting the interaction between like-minded men within the lodge to build bonds between them. By fostering this brotherhood relationships are made that remain even outside the comforts of the lodge, the bonds remain and genuine affection prevails. Wherever traveling, Masons meet and greet other Masons as brothers as a result of these bonds.
Freemasonry opens men's eyes to the knowledge that the road to happiness is found in the journey to the perfection of the spirit, intellect & soul, to strive to his fullest potential. Differing from religious institutions, Freemasonry sees all men as equal, not drawing division to beliefs. Fellow Freemasons are regarded as Brothers because of the rituals of Freemasonry, which have remained virtually unchanged for many hundred years. By accepting men of all faiths, together in Freemasonry, they learn and teach the truths of morality, justice, patriotism and brotherly love. All expressed through reverence to the divine Great Architect of the Universe.
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"Masonry is too great an institution to have been made in a day, much less by a few men, but was a slow evolution through long time, unfolding its beauty as it grew. Indeed, it was like one of its own cathedrals which one generation of builders wrought and vanished, and another followed, until, amidst vicissitudes of time and change, of decline and revival, the order itself became a temple of Freedom and Fraternity." -J. F. Newton
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