Masonic Monday is a feature that began Monday, May 15, 2006. Since its inception, it has been very well received, and we on the Grand Lodge Education Committee are extremely pleased with the results. The purpose of the Masonic Monday Q&A is to provide a Masonic question for Masons to research and answer and/or to discuss with other Masons during the week.
The Brethren of our Grand Lodge Education Committee contribute questions and answers for the Masonic Monday weekly question. Providing questions and answers to be used for the Masonic Monday Q&A is also open to anyone who wishes to participate. The questioner always gets credit for the submission. Submitting a Masonic Monday question is easy, just send it to firstname.lastname@example.org Also, submitting an answer to a Masonic Monday Question is equally as easy, just email it to email@example.com with “Masonic Monday Answer” in the subject line. Also, please refer to the question number or date when submitting your answer.
Those that participate with an answer prior to the posting of the next Monday’s Masonic Question will have their names listed when the answer to the question is posted. Please remember to include your name, Lodge name, number and Grand Lodge Jurisdiction with your answer, so we can give you proper credit. Non-Masons are also welcome to participate in the Masonic Monday fun, so if you’re not a Mason please let us know that too.
Looking over each Monday’s question and submitting an answer is fun! Many Masons world-wide participate. You don’t need to be in Minnesota to have fun here. In addition, you can take a look at some of the past questions and answers; some of them might be something you would want to use in Lodge for some Masonic education, or to pose in a study group or Lodge newsletter.
Remember to participate, by answering a question or to submit a question and answer we can use – just E-mail it to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, if you have a question on anything about Freemasonry send it to us at email@example.com we’ll do our best to research your question and get back to you with the answer. We’re happy to help in any way we can with Masonic information.
Sincerely and Fraternally,
The Grand Lodge Education Committee of the Grand Lodge of Minnesota