Monthly Archives: September 2012

Congratulations to the People of Donegal.

Donegal, is a county in the far North West of Ireland, with marvellous scenery, friendly people and bracing weather. It is a place that I know well and have enjoyed the great warmth of the people over many years. People … Continue reading

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Culture Night 2012 : Dublin and Cork.

Just a short note of congratulation to all those hardworking Freemasons in Dublin and Cork who gave up their Friday night to staff the Molesworth Street and Tucky Street Halls, as an integral part of the annual Culture Night festivities. … Continue reading

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Adventures of an Airman.

I had the great pleasure to attend a historical talk in the new Roe Valley Arts Centre in Limavady where Norman Thorpe, curator of The Shackleton Aviation and Space Museum gave a fascinating talk on the Battle of the Atlantic. … Continue reading

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The Loss of a Brother.

Brethren, once again, I want to record the untimely death of another worthy Brother, Secretary of my mother Lodge Moyarget 280 I.C. Wor Brother Rodney Alan Palastanga, was called home last Wednesday night,and was laid to rest in Toberkeigh Presbyterian … Continue reading

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The Masonic Astronauts.

Our story begins with John Glenn, who was born in Cambridge Ohio in 1921. He went on to become a college graduate, distinguished war hero, first American to orbit Earth, U.S. senator, the oldest person to fly in space. On … Continue reading

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