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Fred's five minute talks

£14.99

Product description

This book follows on from the successful series Fred's Five Minute Papers published on a quarterly basis in "The Square" magazine for the past two years. There are more than seventy topics, plus some short poems, in total about eighty, covering a very broad spectrum. They are an ideal aid for Lodge Mentors and give answers to questions very often asked by new or less-experienced Masons. Mentoring has recently taken on a very high profile brought about the United Grand Lodge of England's decision to make Mentors an official appointment in lodges. It is currently being given very high priority in many Provinces.

Including:
• Have you ever wondered why we wear gloves at our meetings?
• On which page should we open the Volume of the Sacred Law?
• Landmarks, what do we know about them?
• Ritual; must we follow the ritual according to the book?
• So Mote it Be – what do we know about it? Where did it come from?
• Why do we have a chequered pavement in our lodge-rooms?
• What is the importance of the Ancient Charges?
• What is a Lewis? Do they have preference over others?
• Which is the oldest lodge?
• What the Seven Liberal Arts and Sciences? What is their importance?
• ‘Calling Off’ and ‘Calling On’ – what is the purpose?
• Deacons – when did they appear in lodges and why?

Item details

Author(s):
Fred Lomax
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0853184372
ISBN-13:
9780853184379
Number of pages:
128
Publisher:
Lewis Masonic

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About this item

This book follows on from the successful series Fred's Five Minute Papers published on a quarterly basis in "The Square" magazine for the past two years. There are more than seventy topics, plus some short poems, in total about eighty, covering a very broad spectrum. They are an ideal aid for Lodge Mentors and give answers to questions very often asked by new or less-experienced Masons. Mentoring has recently taken on a very high profile brought about the United Grand Lodge of England's decision to make Mentors an official appointment in lodges. It is currently being given very high priority in many Provinces.

Including:
• Have you ever wondered why we wear gloves at our meetings?
• On which page should we open the Volume of the Sacred Law?
• Landmarks, what do we know about them?
• Ritual; must we follow the ritual according to the book?
• So Mote it Be – what do we know about it? Where did it come from?
• Why do we have a chequered pavement in our lodge-rooms?
• What is the importance of the Ancient Charges?
• What is a Lewis? Do they have preference over others?
• Which is the oldest lodge?
• What the Seven Liberal Arts and Sciences? What is their importance?
• ‘Calling Off’ and ‘Calling On’ – what is the purpose?
• Deacons – when did they appear in lodges and why?

Author(s):
Fred Lomax
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0853184372
ISBN-13:
9780853184379
Number of pages:
128
Publisher:
Lewis Masonic

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