Recognizing Prince Hall
By Dan Weatherington
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Published: March 25, 2011
Words: 22,084 (approximate)
Freemasonry had stopped hearing its own heartbeat of "friendship, morality, and brotherly love." We had begun bending our rules to the community that surrounded us, rather than bringing our communities around to our ideals. We were finally left with no choice but to face our fraternity’s struggle with racism.
FROM THE BOOK
It’s been too long in coming, but a new day is finally dawning for Freemasonry in North Carolina. We are finally moving into a time of embracing our own teachings — taking those teachings for their obvious meaning, rather than straining interpretations to fit the society that surrounded us. We began to confront the truth and the problem some years ago. As other Masonic jurisdictions began to recognize Prince Hall Masonry, we began the conversation here. Our talking led to increasing self-examination. We found ourselves lacking.
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