The Pasadena Valley
Ill. S. Brent Morris, 33˚ G.C.
At noon on Saturday June 16th, 2007 our Valley will proudly host a gathering of California Scottish Rite Masons to hear, meet and speak with one of Freemasonry’s outstanding members, Ill. S. Brent Morris, 33º, Grand Cross. If you have read the Scottish Rite Bulletin you know Ill. Brother Morris as it’s Managing Editor. He also serves a similar position for the Scottish Rite Research Society’s highly acclaimed publication HEREDOM. If you missed him there you might have seen this outstanding speaker on most any one of the History/Discovery Channel shows dealing with Masonry.
Ill. Brother Morris has written a number of books on various aspects of our Gentle Craft, such as Cornerstones of Freedom: a Masonic Tradition, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Freemasonry, coauthor of Is it True What They Say About Freemasonry?, Knights and Freemasons - The Birth of Modern Freemasonry. Among his other works is included Magic Tricks, Card Shuffling & Dynamic Computer Memories - a wide are of interests to say the least! You may also be interested to know that Ill. Brother Morris is currently the only sitting member from the United States at the prestigious Quator Coronati Research Lodge in London.
The day will start with a fine lunch in our dining hall and at 1:30 pm we will adjourn to Cobb Auditorium where Ill. Morris will speak on subjects related to the Ritual, Symbolism and History of our Scottish Rite.
In order to take advantage of this fine opportunity you will have to be a current Scottish Rite member - the meeting will by tyled.
Lunch reservations will be REQUIRED by the previous Wednesday - June 13th, 2007.
Come and join with us to hear and meet one of the
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