Freemasonry is the word’s oldest and largest fraternity – an organization of men with common goals and objectives who come together for a collective good.
Freemasonry promotes friendship, morality, and brotherly love to its members; men from every race, religion, opinion, and background, brought together to develop and strengthen learning and enlightenment.
Freemasonry proposes to “make good men better”. Using the metaphor of the work of early stonemasons, the fraternity promotes teaching about values based on great universal truths. Charity and community service are fundamental to Freemasonry and encouraged the world over.
There are more than five million members meeting in nearly every free country in the world.
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