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Monday, October 16, 2006

WFPL-89.3 FM Louisville "STATE OF AFFAIRS"

To the brethren in the Louisville/Southeastern Indiana area, I'll be appearing on WFPL-89.3 FM this Thursday, October 19th on "State of Affairs" with Julie Kredens between 11AM and noon.

From their website:

At one time or another we've all heard of the organization called the Freemasons. Maybe your grandfather or uncle is one, or a neighbor or friend; but have they ever told you what the Freemasons stand for, what their purpose is, or what goes on in their meetings? The history of Freemasonry begins in London, in June 1717, with the formation of the Grand Lodge of England. Freemasonry in America was established in the 1740's and the first Grand Lodge of Kentucky was formed in 1788 in Lexington, four years before Kentucky was admitted into the Union. So, what is a Mason? How does one become a Mason? What's with all the rituals and symbols? Why does Masonry seem so secretive? Join us Thursday, as we learn more about the Freemason from Chris Hodapp author of Freemasons for Dummies.

The show archive is available in mp3 format here.

1 comment:

  1. Many thanks to host Julie Kredens and producer Robin Fisher today.

    I love Louisville, and had lunch afterwards with a friend at "The Pub" at 4th Street Live The 4th Street district is just plain cool and loads of fun. I recommend "Monty Python's Holy Grail Ale." Really.

    Stopped by the Scottish Rite Temple on my way out of town, and took a short tour with Illustrious Brother Stanley Crawley, PM 33°. They have a beautiful and very well maintained facility, and I urge you to visit if you get a chance.


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