Freemasons of Ireland
Provincial Grand Lodge of South Eastern Counties
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The Rt. Worshipful Provincial Grand Master John Fryday
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Provincial Grand Master
It is with honour and pleasure I welcome you to our
Website for the Masonic Province of South Eastern Counties. While one of
the smaller Masonic provinces in Ireland, the province has provided two
Grand Masters in living memory. The city and county of Waterford, the counties
of Carlow and Kilkenny and the towns of Clonmel and New Ross constitute the
Masonic Province of South Eastern Counties.
The Lodges in the Province are:
Masonic Lodge, No. V Waterford
Royal Shamrock Masonic Lodge, No. 32, Waterford
Donoughmore Masonic Lodge, No. 44 Clonmel
Unity Masonic Lodge, No. 116 Carlow
Masonic Lodge, No. 642 Kilkenny Waterford.
It was a great honour to be installed as Provincial Grand Master at the recent communication of Grand Lodge held in Carlow. The province has a great tradition, and I wish to thank my predecessor Right Worshipful Tom McBain for the way he so ably lead the province during his term of office. I am proud to be a Freemason and look forward to leading the Brethren of South Eastern Counties in one of the world's oldest, fraternal, non political and non sectarian societies. The highest moral standards are expected from Freemasons, as well as being taught to practice charity and caring, not only to our own members but to the community as a whole.
Our Provincial Grand Lodge has four Stated Communications during the year, held in the four Lodge rooms where the five Lodges meet. The Brethren in our Lodges are always ready to welcome and receive new members. There is also a Ritual class to help all Brethren, but especially the newer members, to learn and understand our rituals. Those interested should read our web pages and learn about of our Ancient Order.
John Fryday, Provincial Grand Master
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