The Scottish Rite of Freemasonry is the next step in a Brothers Masonic journey. Each degree exemplified in The Lodge of Perfection 4th-14th and The Council Princes of Jerusalem 15th and 16th teaches a moral lesson which each brother applies to his then situation. Each of the 13 degrees teaches a different lesson. Each lesson reminds a Brother of the duties he owes to himself, his family and his community; to be a better Husband, Father, Son, Brother.
As in all of Masonry we hold our meetings in the presence of a Supreme Being. Each brother may pray to a different God, but inside the Lodge we kneel at the altar with "The Volume of Sacred Law" opened upon it. Christian, Jew and Muslim alike pray together in harmony. We love one another within the bounds of Fraternal love, help each other and our Masonic families provided we don’t cause injury to ourselves. We practice Faith, Hope and Charity in our lodges and in our communities. Each one of us strives for moral perfection in our daily lives so that our example may inspire others. Imagine a world where Christian, Jew and Muslim loved one like the other.
Any Master Mason may become a Scottish Rite Mason. If you’re looking for more out of your Masonic Journey look to the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite – The enriching journey of your lifetime.
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