Events for your diary
Canonbury Masonic Research Centre
Sixth International Conference
Freemasonry & Religion: Many Faiths, One Brotherhood
A two-day conference on the interaction
of Freemasonry and religion and the subtle
influence of the one on the other, with
an international forum of speakers from
countries including Italy, Hungary, Sweden,
France and the UK.
Weekend conference £70 (excluding
lunch). Please make cheques payable to
Canonbury Masonic Research Centre and
send to CMRC. Open to non-Masons.
—The Masonic Archbishop of Canterbury: Geoffrey Fisher
—The English View of Freemasonry & Religion
—Freemasonry and Eastern Orthodoxy
—Heretical or Revolutionary? Anderson’s Constitutions
—Freemasonry and the Roman Catholic Church
—Theology of Craft Masonry in Emulation Ritual
—A Study in Secrecy: Mormonism
—Zoroastrians & Freemasonry
—Kabbalistic Influence on the Master Masons Degree
—Controversial Masonic Attitudes to Christianity
For further information, tickets,
accommodation, meals and travel contact:
Carole McGilvery on T. 020 7226 6256.
Canonbury Bookshop and The Bookshop
at Freemasons’ Hall: available now: The
Canonbury Papers – Volume 1; The Social
Impact of Freemasonry on the Modern
It contains nine papers from the CMRC
second international conference, embracing
significant political, social and cultural themes,
revealing the contribution and involvement
of Freemasonry. Limited edition only: £17.50
(+ £2.50 postage & packaging UK). Sterling
Payments only please.
Lodge adopts Canonbury Centre
Canonbury Masonic Research Centre
(CMRC) has been adopted as one of its
charitable causes by the White Rose of
York & Addeys’ Lodge No. 2840. This
is the first time that CMRC, which is a charity,
has been adopted by a Masonic Lodge.
Immediate Past Master Richard Andrews
and several Lodge members visited CMRC
early last year, and were most impressed
by its work. Other Lodges interested in
adopting Canonbury should contact Carole
McGilvery at the Centre.
The Cornerstone Society
Royal Arch discussion|
A Cornerstone Society Royal Arch Seminar
entitled Royal Arch Ritual Reform – Right
or Wrong? will be held at Freemasons’ Hall,
London on Tuesday, 14 September at 6pm.
The speaker will be Richard Sandbach,
Past Grand Superintendent for
Northamptonshire and Huntingdonshire
and a Past Master of Quatuor Coronati
Lodge, in addition to serving on the Royal
Arch Strategic Working Party. All Royal
Arch Companions are eligible to attend.
His talk will be followed by a short
demonstration and a question-and-answer
session. There will be light refreshments
after the seminar. Tickets cost £6.
Applications – with stamped addressed
envelope – to Mark St. John Qualter,
1 Chancery Close, St Albans, Hertfordshire
AL4 9YF. Cheques payable to The
Cornerstone Society. Please include details
of your name, address and name of Royal
The fourth Northern Conference, entitled
Veiled in Allegory will be held at the Leyland
Masonic Hall, Church Road, Leyland,
Lancashire on Saturday, 13 November.
Details will be made known shortly.
Those interested should write to –
The Cornerstone Society, 17 Park Avenue,
Timperley, Altrincham, Cheshire WA14 5AX.
LONDON MASONIC WALK|
Meet 11am Royal Exchange (Bank
Station Exit 3). Every last Friday of
the month: 30 July, 27 August, 24
September, 29 October, 26 November.
Two-hour walk with Yasha Beresiner
(qualified City guide): Mason’s Alley,
Goose & Gridiron site; Wren’s St Paul’s;
Johnson and the Cheshire Cheese;
Fleet Street (where the Knights Templar
may have started it all): The Temple.
£5 per person (under-12s free).
No need to book or call, but can contact
on email@example.com or 07768 292066.
Organised by The Streets of London (www.thestreetsoflondon.co.uk).