Why is Cator Masonic Lodge called a Hall Stone Jewel Lodge?

 

 

At a special meeting of the United Grand Lodge in June 1919, the Grand Master, the Duke of Connaught, expressed a wish that a memorial be established to commemorate those Brehtren who had made the supreme sacrifice in the Great War, (1914-1918). 

 

It was agreed that this memorial should be a building of a central home for Freemasonry on a site selected in London.

 

The Masonic Million Memorial Fund was launched in September that year and Brehtren at home and overseas were invited to contribute to raise the £1m needed to finance the work. Contributions from individuals and Lodges were recongnised by the reward of a commemorative Hall Stone Jewel.

 

The wearing of the Jewel by the Master of a Lodge fulfils a double purpose.

 

First:

It provides visable evidence that the Lodge has faithfully and conscientiously discharged its obligations to the Fraternity;

 

Secondly:

It should ever provide the inspiration to every Brother to put service before self.

 

We are located at:

 

South East London Masonic Centre
Avenue Road

Penge

SE20 7RT

LODGE MEETINGS

3rd Monday in February

4th Monday in April, September and November

Installation - November


CATOR LODGE OF INSTRUCTION

Every Tuesday at 7.30pm from September to April inclusive.

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If you have any queries or wish to make an appointment, please contact us:

 

Email: secretary@catormasoniclodge.org

 

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