Lodge Visitation | Masonic Credentials and Amity

Lodge visitation is one of the greatest perks you have as a Freemason. As a Master Mason, you are entitled to visit other Masonic Lodges around the world. That means, that despite not knowing anyone in another country, you can go to a Lodge and instantly connect with a group of Brothers who will treat you like family.

In this episode of The Winding Stairs, I have a conversation with Michael Radigan and Jeremy Barnes, the developers of the Mobile App called Amity. This app serves as your dues card, travel patent, lodge finder, etc. It is a great hub for Brothers to connect during their Masonic Travels.

Learn more about Amity by visiting:

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