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225th Founders Day

Posted on Oct 16, 2018 in Federal Blog | Comments Off

225th Founders Day

    225th Founders Day Of the Worshipful Federal Lodge No. 1 Monday September 10th, 2018 at the Perry Belmont...

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Federal Lodge in the Scottish Rite Journal

Posted on May 13, 2015 in Federal Blog | Comments Off

Federal Lodge in the Scottish Rite Journal

Federal Lodge was featured in the May-June edition of the Scottish Rite Journal for their event to raise money for the House of the Temple and Almas Shrine charities. See below:

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Federal Lodge No. 1 Has a Star!

Posted on Apr 21, 2015 in Federal Blog | Comments Off

Federal Lodge No. 1 Has a Star!

Federal Lodge has a star named after the Lodge! Check it out!

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222nd Annual Installation of Officers for Federal Lodge No. 1 F.A.A.M.

Posted on Dec 12, 2014 in Federal Blog | 0 comments

222nd Annual Installation of Officers for Federal Lodge No. 1 F.A.A.M.

Video highlights and speech from the 222nd Annual Installation of Officers for Federal Lodge No. 1 F.A.A.M.            

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Master’s Message: Happy Thanksgiving

Posted on Nov 22, 2012 in Federal Blog | Comments Off

Master’s Message: Happy Thanksgiving

On this great national holiday, I give heartfelt thanks for the family of Freemasonry and the manifold gifts it offers.  The women and men who support this great institution help promote the peace of mutual understanding and productive labor within the hearts of men at work for a better life, one only increasingly true to the designs of the Great Architect of the Universe. The wives, partners, mothers, sons and daughters, aunts, sisters, girlfriends, brothers, fathers, uncles, grandfathers –the biological and chosen families of Freemasonry– are themselves a wonder and a source of...

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A Precis for Politicians of the Masonic Secrets in the Streets of Washington, D.C.

Posted on Sep 14, 2012 in Federal Blog | Comments Off

A Precis for Politicians of the Masonic Secrets in the Streets of Washington, D.C.

“Ohh. Uhhhhh. Not another one.” It was the response of an important member of the staff of the House of the Temple in Washington, D.C. on being handed a new book. Not an unusual response from most serious people working in Masonry when they are forced to think about books on the hidden Masonic meanings of the streets of D.C. Indeed, this topic is a lively one at the House of Temple, maybe because the building itself is frequently a focus for such books. In addition, as the Librarian showed this new book to her, this female staff member’s voice had the added emotional texture of a young...

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