About The Square Magazine
The Square Magazine
The Square Magazine is the publication for and about Freemasons. This specialty magazine has just gone through a redesign. The magazine is published in the UK and is available on a quarterly basis. The Square Magazine provides an interesting look at the Masonic lifestyle in a light and easy to read format.
There are lively feature articles, humorous cartoons that poke lighthearted fun at Freemasons. Each issue also offers a competition for Masonic Lodges. There are current news articles and stories on the history of Freemasonry. Find out how you can get your Masonic lodge events in the newly redesigned Square Magazine.
Recent articles in The Square Magazine include a look at Freemasonry in the times of the Edwardian society written by Andrew Prescott, and an impassioned article by Reverend Neville Barker Cryer who explains that people who condemn Freemasons have little understanding of the principles that lie behind the organization. The Square Magazine also provides book reviews, information on conferences and meetings.
A recent book review examines the little known world of woman Freemasons. Entitled the Open Door by Ann Pilcher-Dayton the author wrote the book to coincide with the Centenary of the Order Celebration. She explains the book is targeted toward Order members and the interested public. The Open Door covers the time period between 1908 and 2008 and provides an interesting insight into the Order of Woman Freemasons. Ann Pilcher-Dayton is a Grand Registrar and Librarian of the Order of Woman Freemasons.
If you are a Freemason a subscription to The Square Magazine keeps you up to date with happenings with the Freemasons and Masonic Lodges in the UK. If you are interested in what Freemasons are all about then a subscription to The Square provides a rare glimpse into the life of the Secret Society.