Other Masonic Links
York Rite of Freemasonry The York Rite of Freemasonry has been practiced in the United States since 1773 and consists of The Royal Arch Chapter, The Cryptic Council, and the Commandery of Knights Templar. The teachings of the York Rite encompass all the ideas and tenets of Freemasonry, and although their degrees and orders carry no numbers, they are the compliment to the Scottish Rite. The degrees and orders of the York Rite will complete the circle of perfection in ancient craft Masonry and will assist men in their quest of brotherly love, relief and truth.
Grand Encampment, Knights Templar of the United States of America General Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons, International
General Grand Council Cryptic Masons, International York Rite Freem@sonry, The International Information Site
International Order of DeMolay The Order of DeMolay is for boys 12 to 21 years of age. They do not need to be Masonically related, but must be Masonically sponsored and of good moral fiber. DeMolay teaches dedication to God, country and family. It teaches spiritual values, service to others, leadership and cooperation in work and play. DeMolays learn these values through athletics, community service projects, ritualistic work, bulletin publication and preparation of activity reports. Membership is evidence of good association and good training - - of real value in the outside world
DeMolay International Supreme Council Southern California Jurisdiction Colorado DeMolay Illinois DeMolay Maine DeMolay Minnesota DeMolay New York DeMolay Ohio DeMolay Texas DeMolay
Northern California DeMolay New Mexico DeMolay Georgia DeMolay Indiana DeMolay Massachusetts DeMolay Missouri DeMolay North Carolina DeMolay Pennsylvania DeMolay Washington DeMolay
Order of Rainbow for Girls The International Order of the Rainbow for Girls is an organization for girls from 11 to 20 years of age. Masonic relationship is not required. Rainbow for Girls stands for belief in the Supreme Being, dignity of character, effective leadership, church membership, patriotism, cooperation with equals, love of home and service to others. Rainbow Girls wear dresses in varying pastel colors and shades.
Order of Job’s Daughters The International Order of Job's Daughters is an organization for girls from 10 to 20 years of age, who are related to a Master Mason or are the daughter of a Majority Member of the I.O.J.D. The object of this order is to band together girls of Masonic relationship for the purpose of character formation through moral and spiritual development by teaching leadership skills, greater reverence for God and the Holy Scriptures, loyalty to our flag and the country and a deeper respect for parents, the family and adults. Job's daughters wear white robes, fashioned after the classical Greek style.
Shriners International The Shriners have built twenty two children's hospitals which include five burn institutes throughout North America. These facilities were built, staffed and maintained without any government assistance. Even more incredible, no child has ever been charged for any treatment at a Shriner's hospital! That's because the Shriners and their friends pay for it all with dues, endowments, wills, gifts and fundraising activities such as the East-West Shrine Football Game. At the Shriner's Hospitals, more than 725,000 children have been restored to a near normal life. Because of this great work, the Shriners have earned the proud title of "the world's greatest philanthropy."
Shriners International Al Bahr Shriners, San Diego Ben Ali Shriners, Sacramento Other Shrine Center Links
Other Masonic Related Websites
Masonic Service Association of North America The Philalethes Society - The World's Oldest and Largest Masonic Research Society
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