First Grand Principal Opens the Games
The Ancient Origins of Royal Arch History Part 3
On 11 April, Easter Saturday, the First Grand Principal, joined as a visitor the virtual Masonic discussion meeting held under the Old Scotch Collegians Lodge No. 396 on the role of the United Grand Lodge of Victoria, Australia. The meeting was held for a discussion on aspects of the Office of Lord Lyon and a wide range of other topics within the field of Freemasonry. Some 40 brethren joined the discussion ranging from 20 years old to 96 years. The Worshipful Master of the Lodge was in the chair. There were several distinguished guests including the Grand Master of Victoria, Most Worshipful Brother Keith Murray. He will be known to many of you as he is very much a Scotsman and still speaks with a strong Scottish accent. Another, excellent addition to the company was M E C Dale Hall, the present First Principal of RAC Land of Cakes.
“The First Grand Principal visited the Memorials to the Fallen of the Sandaksn Camp and Marches in the mountains of Borneo Malaysia”.
From all Companions under the
Supreme Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Scotland
to our First Grand Principle
M.E. Companion Joseph John Morrow FRSE
who has been elected as a
Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
A tremendous achievement
First Grand Principal M.E. Companion Joseph J. Morrow C.B.E., Q.C., LL.D., Installing M.E. Companion Michael A. Craig, Grand Superintendent of East Africa
First Grand Principal, M.E. Companion Joseph J. Morrow C.B.E., Q.C., LL.D., standing at the Equator, while visiting Kenya
Tommy a companion within Dunfermline Royal Arch Chapter No.36, was very humbled, and indicated that at his ripe old age of 83 he intends to be around for his 70 year Certificate.
The First Grand Principal visited the Cenotaph to the Victims of the atomic bomb in Hiroshima.
During the visit he was presented with a Peace Message from students of Konan Junior High School, Fu
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