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    "Religion and Politics" by Grand Master Douglas Caudle

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    175th Anniverary of the NC Capitol's Opening Celebrated

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    State College Lodge Receives Dispensation from Grand Master

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    Grand Lodge's Library Becoming Available On InternetArchive

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    Digital Heritage Center Helps Grand Lodge Share its History

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Since the 18th century, the Freemasons of North Carolina have sought to unite good men of all backgrounds and make them better husbands, fathers, and citizens by encouraging and cultivating friendship, morality, and brotherly love. There is no singular definition of Freemasonry. Freemasonry is many different things to each man who joins the fraternity. For some it is a place to make friends and acquaintances. For others it is a place to engage in introspection or discuss philosophy. And, for others it is a place to practice charity and goodwill. Through each of these endeavors--and countless more--we strive to make our world a better place for all people.

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Grand Master's Message

Nothing brings people together or tears them apart more than religion and politics. In 1723, Anderson's Constitutions was written and serves as the basis for Masonic Code in England and United States lodges. Even in that much simpler time, our Masonic forefathers saw the wisdom in forbidding discussion of these topics in a Masonic lodge. This includes all areas of the lodge not just during tyled meetings in the lodge room.


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There is no singular definition of Freemasonry. Freemasonry is many different things to each man who joins the fraternity. For some it is a place to make friends and acquaintances. For others it is a place to engage in introspection or discuss philosophy. And, for others it is a place to practice charity and goodwill. Through each of these endeavors--and countless more--Freemasonry seeks to unite good men of all backgrounds and make them better husbands, fathers, and citizens by encouraging and cultivating friendship, morality, and brotherly love. Why will you join?

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