Michael Poll, author of "Measured Expectations" and the new work: "The Scottish Rite Papers" and editor of the Masonic Society Journal, stops by to talk about Masonic Education, publishing Masonic works, and the Battle of New Orleans among other topics with Greg, Bill and Darin.
MWB Stephen F. Oakley, Most Worshipful Grandmaster of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons for the State of Illinois is our guest this week. MWB Oakley discusses his masonic background, the best thing about being Grandmaster, and gives some guidance about how Illinois Lodges will resume business among other topics.
Todd Creason leads Greg, Bill and Darin in a discussion regarding things we can do while confined to our homes to make the world a better place.
Chris Hodapp and Alice Von Kannon discuss Alice's new book: "Heart's Blood", their numerous projects together,Freemasonry, and much more! Alice's book is available on Amazon (and other book stores) on April 21 (https://www.amazon.com/Hearts-Blood-Alice-Von-Kannon/dp/1545674582). Check out Alice's Website (https://alicevonkannon.com) for more details.
Robert Johnson, host of the Whence Came You podcast, as well as the managing editor of The Midnight Freemasons blog, joins Greg, Bill, Todd and Darin this week. Topics include the origin of the Whence Came You podcast, Chicago Masonic-Con, and for the lovers of Esoterics, an overview of Robert's Quantum Series of Lectures.
Illustrious Brother Steven L Harrison, author of "Freemasonry crosses the Mississippi", "Tales from the Craft" and "Freemasons at Oak Island" is our guest this week. Steve talks with Greg, Todd and Darin about the Ray V. Denslow and his impact upon Freemasonry, Masonic Education, and the Missouri Lodge of Research.
Greg, Darin and Bill are honored to have a discussion with Most Worshipful Brother Michael D. Nicholas, Sr., who is currently the Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Washington D.C., FAAM, about his response to the current crisis and his theme of "Freemasonry Never Stops."