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Masonic celebration of St. John the Evangelist, December 28, 1818
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Get this from a library. Masonic celebration of St. John the Evangelist. Decem [Freemasons. Essex Lodge (Salem, Mass.);]. Get this from a library.
Masonic celebration of St. John the Evangelist, Decem The Masonic Celebration of Saint John’s Day St. John the Baptist, whose "day" is set aside as June 24th and St.
John the Evangelist, whose "day" is December 27th, are our Patron Saints of Masonry. While most Master Masons are aware of the celebration of these two days, few may realize why it is cause for celebration within their Size: KB.
The Feast of St. John the Evangelist is celebrated 1818 book on December 27th and marks the mid-winter. John the Evangelist, along with St. John the Baptist are the two St. John's referred to in Masonic ritual. John the Evangelist, also referred to as John the Theologian and the Apostle John, lived from approximately 15 A.D.
to A.D. December 27th is Saint John the Evangelist day, which is the 2nd feast day in the year to celebrate the Holy Saints John.
The placement of the holiday also marks the winter solstice, which is directly opposite Saint John the Baptist’s day at the summer solstice in June making a notable completion in the cycle of the solar year. The actual dates are slightly off, but you get the.
My Brethren, December 27th marks the hallowed feast day of St. John the Evangelist. John is an important and distinguished figure within the symbolism of the Craft. John was one of the main apostles of Jesus Christ and is renowned with receiving from the Christ, a secret mystical doctrine which would define the Johnannite tradition.
The Masons, finding the St. John's day of the church occurred about the time when, for reasons having nothing to do with St. John the Evangelist, they had been in the habit of enjoying a festival season for ages, chose to call it St.
John's day, and so observe it; until those who have inherited their Masonry, having overlooked the true Masonic. The celebration of Saint John in the Masonic system came around the end of the 16th century.
The earliest known record of the mention of the Evangelist is in Edinburgh around and in fact the Lodge of Scoon and Perth is also referred to as the Lodge of Saint John, but there are earlier mentions other fraternities using this Saint as early. Hello Readers, If you're Christian, then you are aware of St.
John the Evangelist. Well, not everyone anyways. My history with St. John growing up was hearing the name John everywhere in The Bible but never being able to make heads or tales to who John the Evangelist really was.
It was all very confusing. The Feast of St. John, the Baptist, is celebrated on June 24th and the Feast of St. John, the Evangelist, on December 27th. The two dates fall at the time of the summer and winter when the sun attains its greatest north or south declination when it apparently stands still for a short time before turning in its course.
The Evangelist is particularly associated with Scottish lodges. The Lodge of Edinburgh was associated with the aisle of St. John the Evangelist in St. Giles Cathedral from the 15th century. The Grand Lodge of All England, and its predecessor, the Ancient Society of Freemasons in the City of York, elected and installed their President, then from their Grand Master on the.
By history, custom, tradition and ritualistic requirements, the Craft holds dear the days of St. John the Baptist on June 24th, and St. John the Evangelist on December 27th.
Any Lodge that forgets these important Masonic observances forfeits a precious link with the past, and loses an important opportunity for the renewal of allegiance to.
While the feast of St John the Evangelist or Apostle John, the disciple of Jesus is celebrated on December 27 a few days after the sun in Capricorn. Apostle John was a historical figure, one of the pillars of the Jerusalem church after Jesus’ death.
The Gospel of St. John is the most masonic of the gospels because of the central It portrays Jesus as “The Light of the World”. Masonic Lodges are dedicated to the Holy Saints John as both St. John the Baptist, and St. John the Evangelist exemplified the principles of Freemasonry in their daily lives by their deeds and : Karsceal Turner.
Eventually the feast of St. John the Evangelist became important as well and many Lodges and Grand Lodges moved the beginning of their Masonic year from June 24 to December We can only assume that the proximity of December 27 to the beginning of the calendar year made it expedient to do so.
On Decem Freemasonry worldwide celebrates St. John the Evangelist Day. On that day ina Friday, our Brothers at St. Louis Lodge gathered for a feast and, as a part of the proceedings, sang the following song in celebration of the life of St.
John. Especially for that occasion, Lieutenant Joseph Cross of the US Artillery wrote the lyrics to the tune of Lochabor. Our historical lesson this evening is a combination of several Masonic presentations about St.
John the Evangelist and the celebrations of St. Johns days. Please enjoy. O n or about the twenty-seventh day of this month; Freemasons, throughout the world, will assemble to celebrate the festival of one of our patron saints, the loving Evangelist. John the Evangelist day is celebrated is when the son(sun) has died and rises again 3 days later.
John the Evangelist ushers in the oncoming solar year. It has nothing to do with the personal qualities of either "person" being in keeping with the supposed high. Today in Masonic History Paul Revere passes away in Paul Revere was an American silversmith, merchant and patriot in the American Revolution.
Revere was born in the North End of Boston on December 21st, Revere left school at. Celebration of the festival of St. John the Evangelist, by the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts, at the Masonic Temple, Boston, Wednesday evening, Dec.
Pages: Fr. Roger J. Landry Domus Sanctae Mariae Guadalupensis, Rome Feast of St. John the Evangelist Decem 1Jn ; Ps 97; Jn St. John is clearly one of the great figures of the histo.
Procession in Philadelphia, Festival of St. John the Evangelist, Decem 2. Festival of St. John the Baptist, Jwith the American Union Lodge, at the Robinson House on the Hudson, New York.
Festival of St. John the Evangelist, Decemwith American Union Lodge, at the Morris Hotel, Morristown, New Jersey. The Virginia text-book containing a history of Masonic grand lodges and the constitution of Masonry, Masonic celebration of St. John the Evangelist. Decem Published: () The new ahiman rezon containing the laws and constitutions of the Grand Lodge of Virginia: to which is added, the history of Masonry.
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Masonic oration: Delivered at Leesburg, Va., on the anniversary of St. John, the Evangelist, Dec. 27th, A.D.A.L.at the request of Olive Branch Lodge Author: Samuel B. T Caldwell. John the Evangelist Catholic Church (Hydes, MD), Hydes, MD.
K likes. Founded inSt. John the Evangelist parish is the oldest Catholic church /5(21). December A.L. Masonic Spotlight: St. John the Evangelist December 27th is Saint John the Evangelist day, which marks the 2nd feast day in the year celebrating the Holy Saints John.
The feast day also marks the winter solstice, which is directly oppo-site Saint John the Baptist’s day at the summer solstice in June.
At the holy chapel of St. John." (26) In a copy the Gothic Constitutions exhibited before Henry Jermyn, Earl of St. Albans, at an assembly held on John the Evangelist's day,it was strictly joined that the Grand Festivals should be held on John's day in commoration of a custom which existed from time immemorial.
"FEAST OF SAINT JOHN THE EVANGELIST [held by] GRAND LODGE OF MASSACHUSETTS [at] "MASONIC TEMPLE,BOSTON [MA]" (OTHER (MASONIC TEMPLE);)" New York Public Library Digital Collections.
Accessed Ap “Holy Saints John” were formally recognized by every Masonic lodge. Today, many lodges use Decem the Feast of St. John the Evangelist, to install their officers and Masonic grand lodges, marking the start of a new Masonic year, convene in June around the summer solstice and the Feast of St.
John the Baptist. 27 December John, Apostle & Evangelist. Woodchurch and am. Readings: 1 John 1 & John b May I speak in the name of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit, Amen.
Well, I hope that you all had a wonderful day on Friday, however you choose to spend Christmas. Today we celebrate the feast of St John, apostle. St. John School history. The first St. John the Evangelist School started infirst under the tutelage of Father Dominic Duehmig, who opened the school in the church building by setting boards over the pews to use as desks.
Father Henry Meissner came to St. John in and built the first school at a cost of $ A Memento of the th anniversary of St. John's Masonic Lodge, unique in design and rare because it was the only one made, has fallen to Edward F.
Jacobs, Tyler of that lodge. The article represents a book, the outside covers being of attractive leather, and on the front the words and years — St. John's Lodge, — to St. John’s charter). Furthermore it was addressed to the “Master, Wardens and Brethren of the New Bern Lodge of Ancient and Honourable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons.” The sermon was preached by the Reverend and Brother Michael Smith, an Episcopal minister from Johnston County, on St.
John, the Evangelist Day, Decem File Size: 63KB. A Masonic oration: Delivered at the request of Helion Lodge, no In commemoration of the anniversary of St. John the Evangelist, 27th December, A.L.
A.D Author: P. B Robinson. This banner text can have markup. Home; web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Tuesday, Decem Feast of St. John in Indianapolis So glad to see such a fine celebration on a great Masonic Day, St.
John The Evangelist, which is also my birthday. I couldn't find a single Lodge even open in my neck of the woods on this important day.
Old school tradition was most/all Lodges were at least open and some holding Author: Christopher Hodapp. Fellowship of St John (USA) The Fellowship of St John in the United States is a group of men and women who wish to live in a closer relation with the brothers of the Society of St John the Evangelist.
They write and follow a rule of life similar to The Rule under which the brothers live. Members of the fellowship support the society through Founder: Richard Meux Benson, Charles Chapman. John the Evangelist apparently came into our Fraternal system somewhere towards the close of the sixteenth century, at least, we find the earliest authentic Lodge Minute reference to St.
John the Evangelist in Edinborough inalthough earlier mentions are made in connection with what may be called relatives, if not ancestors, of our Craft. On the relationship between [sic] Masonry & Christianity: delivered at the centennial celebration of St.
John's Lodge No. 3 of F. & A.M. Bridgeport, Conn. Feb. 12, ; together with an account of the celebration, list of the past masters of the Lodge, &c / (New York: Francis Hart, ), by Ferdinand C. Ewer (page images at HathiTrust). Ricky’s a Masonic Brother who attending my St.
John the Evangelist gathering. I had decided our lodge could use a couple personal get together to get in some Masonic discussion and this turned out to be a killer event.
Except for us wondering why the Saint’s John were part of Masonry. The evening was slated to start off at 8pm.In a previous treatise I gave my understanding of the Saints John, with particular emphasis on St. John the Baptist. I will attempt to do the same for the other St.
John, by giving equal attention to the day in December (27th) that is a part of our Masonic calendar. By this date, we must install all officers for the ensuing year.St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Church Interior Inside of the church, the grave of William Edward Collins, Bishop of Gibraltar is on the left of the entrance, to the west.
There is a baptismal font next to the grave, in the shape of a seashell, an ancient symbol of Christian manship: Anglo-Catholic.