Inconsistency in Freemasonry | Does it help or hinder?

How can we maintain consistency in Freemasonry? inconsistency in Freemasonry is a major problem when it interferes with the onboarding of new candidates, when it provides an inconsistent experience for its members, and when it gives outsiders a negative impression of our organization.

In this episode of The Winding Stairs, we discuss Inconsistency in Freemasonry. I sit down with Bro. Andrew Rizzitello to discuss what aspect of Freemasonry need more consistency and which aspects can present benefits by being "inconsistent" or unique.

Bro. Rizzitello is Past Master (2021) and current Tiler of Olive Branch Lodge No. 16, Freehold NJ. He is a co-host of The Extended Branch masonic podcast and you can find him sharing Masonic Light on TikTok as @metal_drew.

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