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CONNECTICUT Freemasons NEWSPAPER

Not Just A Man. A Mason.

Now more than ever, the world needs men of honor and integrity. Men that unite and not those who divide. That seek truth and share Brotherly Love with all, no matter their race, religion, gender or creed. Men that live with virtue and character, always striving to be even better.

The world needs more than just men. The world needs Masons.

Grand Master's Message

Welcome to the Grand Lodge of Connecticut Website!


Grand Lodge of Connecticut welcomes you to its web portal. We intend to have up-to-date information by providing a dynamic setting for information, news, and announcements. We welcome your input. Freemasonry in Connecticut is very active, and we want you to search this site and discover all that Connecticut Masonry has to offer. Check back often to view updates and improvements as we all use this tool for “The Masonic Family, Working Together To Benefit All."

Fraternally,
MWGM William E. Bohman

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A sculpture commemorating seven Freemasons who created a Masonic lodge while imprisoned in a Nazi concentration camp.The lodge was named Liberté chérie, which means cherished liberty. The lodge was created on November 15th, 1943, and located in Esterwegen, Lower Saxony, Germany. The seven Freemasons who created the lodge are:Paul Hanson, Luc Somerhausen, Jean Sugg, Franz Rochat, Guy Hannecart, Amédée Miclotte, and Degueldre. ... See MoreSee Less
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We are very excited for our upcoming Ritual Boot Camp coming up on January 29th at 8:30am at Village Lodge No. 29 at 123 River Road in Collinsville, CT. Here is a word from our chairman on some details about it. All Master Masons are welcome to attend! ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy New Year! Do you like to doodle? Audrey Grove, Director of Community Services for Masonicare, invites everyone to join a free upcoming virtual art class! And she also tells us about a great virtual livability program with the AARP coming up on Tuesday. Plus Father Joe give us words of wisdom to start 2022 with. We are here for you. ... See MoreSee Less
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