Episode 157 – Masonic Trials

How does the old saying go? “Once a Mason, always a Mason?” Sometimes that’s not entirely true. In the rare case that a Mason has unbecoming conduct, how does the fraternity deal with his indiscretions in a fair and judicial manner? This week, we’ll talk about the jurisdictional differences in Masonic Trials.

Show Notes:

Paul Bessel’s page is back up!

http://bessel.org/homepage.htm

Scottish Rite visitors claim they were secretly recorded in women’s restroom

http://www.wave3.com/story/34685070/scottish-rite-visitors-claim-they-were-secretly-recorded-in-womens-restroom

2 Responses

  1. Ahmed Lotfy says:

    💓

  2. Ed Potter says:

    The process of a Masonic trial is important. In particular where the west gate is not guarded as should be; the petition, the line signers and the committee of inquiry. The verbage of the craft of taking a good man and making him better has in some areas has been restated to taking any man and make him good as long as I get my grand lodge reward. If it wasn’t needed, then the trial wouldn’t be in the digest. Numbers are not a sign of quality.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *