Newsletter Review

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93 thoughts on “Newsletter Review

  1. You’re doing a good job. Hope it’s at least paying your operations costs.

    Would like to see more brief articles about the real history of Freemasonry — especially about how it started off as a simple, Bible-based movement, then later expanded into the many different groups.

    Also, more information about George Washington and his inner circle would be helpful.

    Keep up the Work.

    Respectfully… a Master Mason in Jerusalem

    1. Thank you Adam. We’re passing your ideas to our writers and see what we can come up with. 🙂

      Many thanks 🙂

    2. Thanks a lot for the precious information about Freemason.
      My philosophy of life are aligned to the enshrined principles cherished and defended by Freemasons.
      Am a staunt advocator of The United Nations Charter.
      But, becoming a member of FreeMason in Mauritius is a family and political business.
      Thanks
      Kind regards,
      .reshard

    3. I thank you so very much for sharing information to the our brethren, I am what my brothers call a newbie! I enjoy reading and look forward to the weekly newsletter. I wouldn’t ask you to change a thing. Again thank you for taking the time to share and educate each week. Wonder job my brother! God speed

    4. As a PM of Dunbar 118 British Columbia Canada and have been to quite a few lodges around the world I would like to see more information regarding “travelling lodges”. I was in Mumbai some years ago and the lodge there started with the British Army in the late 18th century. unfortunately lots of those records had been lost in some floods many years ago. Anything would be educational to all. Fraternally yours N. Hathaway.

    5. Enjoy your insight even though sometimes your information is slightly erroneous. For instance. The papal bull against masonry was rescinded by Vatican II.

    6. Great site. I love the history and the information I get from this site. Keep up the great work, and thanks.
      Tim
      Mount Shepherd Lodge 159
      Sooke, BC Canada

    7. As a Past Master based in North East England, I welcome information on Masonry elsewhere in the World. Always an interesting read. Great pity the cost of posting makes purchasing from your store prohibitive.

    8. My Book Divine Intervention, Why me? , will soon be available all over the world. The reason I am mentioning this on here is because I met Jesus 4 times. The third time I met him he said to me…… “seek the help of the Masons” I still don’t know why he would say this, but those are his words. I’ve been a Master Mason for over 35 years from New York City, to Glendale, California and now Henderson, NV. I am not with a lodge at this time.

  2. I enjoy getting the newsletter. It is one of the many resources I read about Freemasonry. Perhaps something on regional events. Thanks. ~Charles

    1. Hmm good idea Charles. Thank you. We’re always looking for ideas for more content. Much appreciated !

  3. I am the webmaster of my blue lodge in Nevada. I would love to share thoughts with the public and the lodge on a monthly basis. However, most topics shared by your group would seem inappropriate. I enjoy them; they seem to discuss controversial ideas I would not like the public to know. Is it possible to have a research lodge format without disclosing our secrets?

  4. Your newsletter is insightful but I would like to see more involvement by others in the community. We are, of course, a brotherhood. Let’s hear what some have to say… in sad or glad tidings.

    S&F.
    Bro. Demby
    Kane Lodge No. 454

  5. I do enjoy reading the newsletter very much. I can’t really say more that needs improvement maybe, more update news. but the topics discussed have been great. keep up the good work. 🙂

    1. You mean current trending news about Freemasonry yes? We’re thinking of that actually. Thanks for the feedback 🙂

    2. I feel that this newsletter is very informative and it brings more light to our faternity. This is a good way to get information that has be lost in transition of our senior and their teaching this will give us the opportunity to reinstate the thoughts, the teachings of those who paved the way so some day we’ll be under the same umbrella as brothers not foes because of misinformation and lack of information

    3. Received my 50 year service pin etc approx five years ago Unable to attend meetings for the past number of years. It has been very refreshing anf wonderfully interestting.

    1. I really enjoy this newsletter, the site is well put together and very informative.

      Keep up the good work.

  6. Topics proposed by Masonic Find are really interesting, also for people like me who is not a Freemason, but want to learn more on it.

    1. Thank you Sam. It means a lot coming from a non-freemason. We created this page for people like yourself to understand our Craft better.

      Drop by soon 🙂

  7. Thank you for the regular newsletters, I find them very interesting and look forward to the subject of the each one. I occasionally forward them to me non-mason friends and family, if they are of interest and appropriate for them.

    Keep up the great work and I hope the website grows.

    Kind regards,

    Michael

    West Yorkshire, UK

    1. Thank you very much Michael. We appreciate the love 🙂

      Keep dropping in, you’re always welcome here.

      MF 🙂

  8. This has been a good platform to enlightened a lot of people on freemason, and i think is a good opportunity for us to have this site doing a good job.
    Thumbs Up and keep on to give us your best.
    Thank you.

  9. I really like your newsletter. In my opinion, if it were possible, you could write a bit more about masonry all over the world ( comparing various obediences).

  10. My family and fiance is opposing me to join the fraternity,however I have a deep desire to know the truth and change my life by joining the lodge.Do I go against my family or do I remain just a common man??

    1. In my opinion, you should try to educate your family about freemasonry first. Show them it is nothing harmless and if you have any freemasonry friends ask them to come and talk to your family so they can answer any question they might have.

      If it doesn’t work, I suggest you stay out Freemasonry for now. Masonic principles require you to be respectable man and no respectable man ever goes against his family.

      Again.. just my opinion.

    2. I agree with “Find”. As a long time Mason, I have always subscribed to “family first” in all things. Perhaps if one could determine what or why Anindya’s family’s objections to his joining the Fraternity are, better advice could be offered. If the objection is based on Masonry taking too much time away from the family, there are arguments for and against that. Can any information be gathered on the reasons for the opposition? Masonry needs good men, but not at the expense of their families.

  11. I find your newsletter and other content to be both quite interesting and a great resource for information about the Fraternity, especially useful in helping non-Masons to make an informed decision about whether to participate or not. I would like to see subjects covered to address specific aspects of Masonry. For example, how to encourage the newer, younger members to take a more active role in their Lodge.
    Continue the great work, it is much appreciated.

  12. Great newsletter. I find it very informative, dealing with information that a lot of people are unaware of.

  13. As a relatively new brother in this fraternity, I have so much to learn. I appreciate the insightful information you are providing. What a great service you doing for the brethren. Thanks!

  14. Thank you masonicfind.com for the regular publication of masonic teachings and other important matters about freemasonry. It really enhances my education about the organization I belong. I must admit I do not have that luxury of time attending regular lodge meetings but I make it a point to read articles and other documents about freemasonry to keep me updated especially newly issued edics and issuance of my lodge and district. I find it very useful for a regular mason like me. Continue your good job and may the GAOTU continue to bless and empower people like you in the craft. Well appreciated. Thank you very much!

  15. I’m happy with it as it is, However it will improve/change as it goes along. Nothing is permanent.

  16. I have enjoyed the articles you have provided. They have been useful with assisting me to educate the members of my lodge. Please keep up the exemplary works.

  17. Great newsletter. But can not print at 100% to big for my Printer and when I go lower I find it hard to Read ?? Great otherwise.
    Fraternally
    Ben Frataccia PM

  18. Great. I find the articles are informative without being too long. Ideal for a quick read when I am supposed to be doing something else!

  19. Greetings from Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. Not sure how you found my e-mail address but I’m glad you did. The articles are well prepared and interesting and is doubtless shining ‘light’ into previously dark corners. I’m sharing your newsletters with my fellow members and the feedback is always positive.
    Well done and congratulations
    Doug Daws

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