Monday, November 14, 2016

‘Thursday! Piers Vaughan on the Purpose of Initiation in Freemasonry’

Piers Vaughan Reading and Book Signing
Chancellor Robert R. Livingston
Masonic Library
Thursday at 6:30
Masonic Hall, 14th Floor
71 West 23rd Street

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Author and Freemason extraordinaire Piers Vaughan will appear at the Livingston Library Thursday night to read from his latest book Renaissance Man & Mason. The library seating area is a small space, so get there early.

Renaissance Man & Mason is, according to the title page, “A Miscellany of Talks Given Over 20 Years.” It delivers 22 of Piers’ thoughtful interpretations of things Masonic (and more). Even if you have heard some of these before, there is no substitute for having the text in hand for greater comprehension and further reference. On Thursday, we will hear the chapter titled “The Purpose of Initiation in Freemasonry.”

The library, its lecture series, and this event in particular are among the myriad reasons why the Grand Lodge of New York is the center of the Masonic universe on the East Coast. This lecture is sponsored by the Queens Masonic Association.

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