Freemasonry is a fraternity including men and women of
every race, nationality and religion. Wishing to do away with
all cause for division and strife, it continually seeks the
means which to help all human beings to unite and work
together for the perfection of Humanity.
To think high, to speak truth, to do well, to be
tolerant to others, to search after truth, to practice
liberty under law, fraternal equality, justice and
solidarity, are the duties which the Supreme Council of
American Co-Masonry, prescribes for its members seeking to
build to the Glory of the Great Architect of the Universe,
to the perfection of Humanity, and to the service of the
Head of All True Freemasons, the true Masonic Temple open
to both men and women.
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Many relics of North American Co-Freemasonry’s early history remain doggedly lost until it is time to be found. This article is about one of those relics, the first English Charter of the first Co-Masonic Lodge in North America; how it seems to have been lost and its stationary journey to being found.
The history of the York Rite Degrees practiced by The Honorable Order of American Co-Masonry.
Explore the differences between the three branches of Freemasonry; Male-only, Female-only and Mixed or Co-Masonry.
A strong minded woman and gifted speaker, Holbrook was a rare women who forged the foundations of
Co-Masonry in North America.
Edith Armour, our Third Most Sovereign Grand
Commander, was almost a year in office when
she took 'Old Hirma' on a road trip to visit the Lodges
of the Federation.
The Supreme Council has established a Society for Masons
and non-Masons alike. This organization works to eradicate
ignorance through the dissemination, debate and discussion