Purpose of Association: Full Members:
The Masonic Lodge of Research CC exists for the purpose of the association of Brethren who are subscribing Past Masters of Lodges under the direct jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of Ireland;
To provide a centre for Freemasons, Researchers and Students of Freemasonry; to encourage and to foster a love of Masonic Research, History, Antiquities and Symbols, by means of the presentation of papers on, and discussions about , such subjects.
The Lodge of Research does not engage in the exemplification of Masonic Ritual, and confers only the Masonic Degree of Installed Master on its newly elected Worshipful Master.
Summary of the past year:
For a feel of the working of the Lodge of Research, we hope you enjoy this short overview of the events throughout 2016. CLICK HERE for PDF File (5.44MB)
A Correspondence Circle Exists in connection with the Lodge of Research, which is open to Master Masons in Good Standing, who are members of Lodges of the Irish Constitution or of any Constitution recognised by the Grand Lodge of Ireland.
Meetings of the Lodge of Research:
The Stated Communications of the Lodge of Research are held as follows: -
A) The second Saturday in February in the Freemasons' Hall, Dublin, usually commencing at 3.00 p.m.
B) The fourth Saturdays in April, September and November, at a time and in a Provincial Centre as determined by the Lodge of Research.
All Full Members of the Lodge of Research and Members of the Lodge CC Correspondence Circle may attend the Stated Communication Meetings of the Lodge.
A meeting of the Committee of Management will be held as needed prior to the Stated Communication of the Lodge.
A copy of the Bye Laws of the Lodge of Research No. CC are available upon request from the Hon. Treasurer:
The Hon. Treasurer:
Mr. Ian McIntyre,
8 Century Street,
Tel. : 0044 (0) 2890-756195
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
With appreciation of the extensive work carried out by the origional Web Master: W. Bro. Tom E. Fitzpatrick,
Of Further Interest:
Pietre-Stones Review of Freemasonry