Masonic Etiquette Today : A Modern Guide to Masonic Protocol and Practice

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2010-01-21
  • Publisher: Lewis Masonic Pub Ltd

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This book draws together a number of different topics relating to Masonic conduct and provides a comprehensive guide to Masonic behaviour and practice. Topics covered include conduct and issues inside, and outside the Lodge, such as dress, regalia, membership, voting and elections, precedence, seating, saluting, general procedures, visiting behaviour (and difficulties), administrative matters and etiquette at dinner. The book also addresses topics of importance to Masons outside away from the Lodge, such as correspondence, ties and other Masonic wear, and openness.

Author Biography

Graham Redman was born in Bedford in 1949 and has lived in the surrounding villages all his life. He was made a Mason in his old school Lodge at the age of 24. In November 1987, he joined the staff of the Grand Secretary and has been Assistant Grand Secretary (and Assistant Grand. Scribe E) since April 1988. In the course of his duties he has acquired a compendious knowledge-and understanding-of the Book of Constitutions, which is probably unequalled at present in the English Constitution.

Table of Contents

Forewordp. 6
Prefacep. 7
Inside the lodge
Dressp. 12
RegaJiap. 17
Membershipp. 38
Voting and Electionsp. 58
Rank and Precedence, Seating and Salutingp. 72
Proceduresp. 85
Visitingp. 101
Behaviourp. 114
Problems, problems, problems...p. 119
Miscellaneousp. 129
Administrative Mattersp. 137
Outside the lodge
Behaviour in the Barp. 105
Protocol and Behaviour at Dinnerp. 153
Correspondencep. 172
Ordinary Lifep. 177
Opennessp. 182
Metropolitan Grand Lodge of London-Table of Appointmentsp. 186
Toast Listp. 187
Indexp. 188
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