3 edition of The Office Of The Worshipful Master And His Prerogatives And Duties found in the catalog.
December 8, 2005
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||48|
retary holding his office for a time longer than the Worshipful Master has been a Mason. In reality, the Secretary is often the more experienced officer. In some cases, if the Secretary did not exercise his experience, the business of the lodge would suffer under an inexperienced Master incapable of properly fulfilling his duties. The book explains why the Order needed secrets in the first place. Soft cover, pages. N/A. MM-0 3 8. FREEMASONRY AT THE TOP. By John E. Beaumont. How one Master: Revitalized his lodge, Surefire paths to spectacular lodge attendance, Attracted new members, Old and young members got involved, committees who really functioned.
No one, elected or appointed to office in a chartered lodge, can enter upon the discharge of his duties until he has been installed. The officers of a lodge under dispensation receive their authority directly from the Grand Master or Grand Lodge, and cannot he installed: and they acquire no rank by such service. EACH OFFICER: WORSHIPFUL MASTER. His Station is in the East, reached by three steps. His tools of authority are the Charter (Warrant), Book of Constitutions, Gavel and the Hat. A master who reads in the Lodge will lose a degree of the effectiveness for which his office in known.
CHAPTER Vl INSTALLATION OF LODGE OFFICERS No brother, elected or appointed to office, in a chartered Lodge can enter upon the discharge of his duties until installed. The officers of the Lodge under dispensation cannot be installed, and therefore acquire no Marshal. - Worshipful Master, I present Brother to be installed Master of this Lodge. The Grand Marshal then retires, and on his return reports: MOST WORSHIPFUL: The Grand Master and other Grand Officers elect are without, in readiness to be installed into office, when it is your pleasure to receive them. p. Installing Officer. The R. W. Grand Marshal will admit them, and conduct them to the East before the altar.
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To purchase the entire book, please order ISBN Brand: Kessinger Publishing. • Act as proxy for the Worshipful Master and Wardens, in the active duties of the Lodge – reception of candidates and the introduction and accommodation of visitors.
Senior Deacon. Duties: • Sixth constitutional officer of the Lodge • Perform the duties of his office as laid down in the Ritual, and other services as directedFile Size: KB. PPT 6. Duties “of the Master of a Lodge”“Installation of Officers” Masonic Ritual Grand Lodge of Alabama.
pgs. – Charges to the Worshipful Master upon installation of his office: “your assent to those ancient Charges and Regulations which point out the duty of the Master of a File Size: KB. The Master The Worshipful Master’s Jewel is the Square. This is a stonemason’s tool to ascertain true and correct angles of the cut and smoothed stone.
Thus his Jewel symbolizes virtue. The Worshipful Master of a Masonic Lodge is the highest ranking of all Lodge Officers which a Lodge may elect. He sits in the East of the Lodge room (symbolic of the Rising Sun in the East).
The Worshipful Master receives great honor, has great privileges, enjoys great prerogatives and powers. Therefore, he must measure up to great responsibilities.
A Worshipful Master cannot resign. Vacancies occur in the East through death, suspension by a Grand Master, expulsion from the Fraternity. The Worshipful Master is responsible for every single thing within his lodge during his year as Master. He is ultimately responsible for every other lodge officer and their duties, every lodge committee, ritual and degree work, Masonic education, social functions, fundraisers, District and Grand Lodge liaison, Trestle Board communication, etc.
The Office of the Worshipful Master and His Prerogatives and Duties by Robert Macoy,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The Master of a Lodge - who, when addressed, is given the honorific title of "Worshipful" - presides over the meeting of Masons.
His duties in the functioning of a lodge is quite similar to that of the President of the local chapter/branch of any other state or provincial organization except as explained below. MASTER The Master has been elected by his Brethren to fulfill the highest honor which can be bestowed upon a Master Mason hy his Lodge.
His duties, power and prerogatives are well nigh absolute and, as such, the trust which his Brethren have placed in him should never be violated. The Master must: 1. Worshipful Master for the ensuing Masonic year.
This office is one of great antiquity, honor, and of equally great responsibility. By his installation, he has been invested with the title “Worshipful,” deriving from an archaic definition meaning “to be respected.” While in office the Worshipful Master is an active member of the Grand Lodge.
The Master, and only the Master,appoints the appointive officers in his lodge. In most jurisdictions, he may remove such appointed officers at his pleasure. But he cannot suspend, or deprive of his station or place, any officer elected by the lodge.
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Average rating: 0 out of 5 stars Write a review. Robert Macoy. $ $ 11 $ $ The Worshipful Master has a duty towards every candidate accepted for membership in his Lodge. He must make every effort to ensure that the candidate receives the best possible impression of our ceremonial workings.
The dignity and sincerity of the degrees will unquestionably affect the candidate's future life in Masonry. The senior officer of a Masonic Lodge is the Master, normally addressed and referred to as the "Worshipful Master" (in Scotland, and in Lodges under the Scottish Constitution, the "Right Worshipful Master").The Worshipful Master sits in the East of the lodge room, chairs all of the business of his lodge, and is vested with considerable powers without further reference to the members.
Art. Duties of Officers Section 1. Worshipful Master. It shall be the duty of the Worshipful Master to see that the By-Laws of the Lodge, as well as the Constitution and Regulations of the Grand Lodge are duly observed, and that the officers attend strictly to their duties.
Further, "Macoy's Worshipful Master's Assistant," rev. by the late Allen E. Roberts, contains valuable insight into the prerogatives and duties of the Worshipful Master, and other resource material. The Masonic Service Association, Fenton St., Silver Springs, MDpublishes numerous materials that will be of use to you.
Finally, the Right Worshipful Master refuses to serve under any consideration, and peremptorily resigns. Some of the members now urge the pre-tended late Right Worshipful Master to assist in instating his successor to office.
This he consents to do. The candidate is then nominated, elected, and placed in the Oriental chair, etc. Section 2. POWERS, PREROGATIVES, DUTIES. Among its powers, prerogatives, and duties, not however to be construed as any limitation The title of the Grand Master shall be: Most Worshipful; that of the Deputy Grand resignation, or inability to act, the duties of his office shall devolve successively on the Warden whose office is not File Size: KB.
A Worshipful Master cannot resign. Vacancies occur in the East through death, suspension by a Grand Master, expulsion from the fraternity.
No power can make a Master attend to his duties if he desires to neglect them. If he will not, or does not, attend to them, the Senior Warden presides. Warden, within the next two years you will be installed as Worshipful Master of your lodge with powers and prerogatives which are of the highest importance and solemnity.
You will be asked to oversee every aspect of lodge activity during your term in office. To properly fulfill that position, all that will be expected of you is to have the wisdomFile Size: KB.Worshipful Master's Guidebook: or the Book of Joe (Tools for the 21st Century Mason) (Volume 1) [Hatcher III, P.M., Bro.
James F.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Worshipful Master's Guidebook: or the Book of Joe (Tools for the 21st Century Mason) (Volume 1)/5(10).A Worshipful Master serves a term of one year. At the beginning of his term, he is “installed” at a ceremony that formally ushers him into office, similar to when an elected official is sworn in.
The most misunderstood part of the job is often the title. While “Master” is easy to understand as the person in charge, the term.