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Friday, November 21, 2008

Brother Chris Hodapp on Masonic Central Sunday November 23rd.

Author of the books Solomon's Builders and Freemasons For Dummies and one of the strong voices for American Freemasonry today, Brother Chris Hodapp joins us on Masonic Central this Sunday, November 23, 2008 at 6pm PST / 9pm EST to talk about his work in the fraternity and his books of the subject matter.

Br. Chris has been a tireless worker for the fraternity in print, as well as in his blog Freemasons for Dummies, and in lodge being one of the founders of the one of the early Traditional Observance Lodges, Lodge Vitruvian and most recently as the editor-in-chief of "the Masonic Society" journal. Chris has made great strides in making Freemasonry accessible to an increasingly curious public all while, he chides in his blog, he is looking for a "more suitable host body…"

This is going to be a fun and informative show and with a lot of insight into the world of the would-be “Dummy” of Freemasonry who is anything but.

That’s this Sunday, November 23rd, 2008 at 6pm PST / 9pm EST on Masonic Central!

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1 comment:

Jesse said...

Saying that contemporary Freemasonry TV ads are justifiable because it was the same kind of promotion when the fraternity built the tallest skyscraper in the 1900's is, in my opinion, totally false. TV ads go against the spirit of Freemasonry. Leading by example in quite dignity should be our style. Admittedly, building the tallest skyscraper was not exactly quiet but it doesn't compare to a TV commercial. Yes, the fraternity should cultivate an attractive public image but TV ads strip the mysteriousness away. Let's revive parades and cornerstone laying instead.

Either way, enjoyed the show brethren!

Jesse