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Freemasonry stands as one of the world's most ancient fraternal societies, comprised of individuals dedicated to moral and spiritual principles.  Members of this esteemed organization strive to live in harmony with their religious, familial, and communal bonds. 

Their quest is for personal improvement and the pursuit of a virtuous existence, wherein they uphold the principle of equality, respecting all individuals irrespective of their race, religion, or societal status.

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What's Masonry?

Masonry (or Freemasonry) is the oldest fraternity in the world. No one knows just how old it is because the actual origins have been lost in time. Probably, it arose from the guilds of stonemasons who built the castles and cathedrals of the Middle Ages.  Possibly, they were influenced by the Knights Templar, a group of Christian warrior monks formed in 1118 to help protect pilgrims making trips to the Holy Land.

In 1717, Masonry created a formal organization in England when the first Grand Lodge was formed. A Grand Lodge is the administrative body in charge of Masonry in some geographical area. In the United States, there is a Grand Lodge in each state and the District of Columbia. In Canada, there is a Grand Lodge in each province. Local organizations of Masons are called lodges. There are lodges in most towns, and large cities usually have several. There are over 13,000 lodges in the United States

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