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Monday, May 07, 2007

Catholics and Masonry

Accidently stumbled upon one of the most thoughtful blog articles I've seen about Catholics and Freemasonry as regards interpretation of Canon Law, written by Brother Christian Ratliff in Maine. Brother Ratliff is also a developer of material for Maine's "Masonic College" education program.

Check his Dispatches From Mainesite out.

1 comment:

  1. There should be a blog specifically dedicated to this debate. It's definitely an important issue. I can see both sides of the issue. I reconcile being a mason on the simple point that masonry teaches values and is not the primary basis for forming one's spiritual core. Masonry, in my juvenile mind, supplements your faith and is not meant to contradict it. You take out of it what you need to be of stronger mind and character.

    What do I know. I certainly haven't figured it all out. I'd love to see some brave soul dedicate a blog to this topic.


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