The Craftsmen Online Podcast is a weekly, half-hour program that covers relevant topics and the various aspects of Freemasonry.
Vices and Superfluities - Bro. John Nagy
In the first degree of Freemasonry, Entered Apprentices are taught to divest their minds and consciences of all the vices and superfluities of life. While those instructions may seem plain and simple, the words and work hold a much deeper meaning. Bro. John Nagy returns for our discussion on the labor Masons undertake in preparing their spiritual buildings.
Visit Bro. John Nagy's blog... https://buildinghiram.blogspot.com/
Preparing Pillar Officers - RW Marino Cesarini and WB Jeremiah Campbell
Masonic Lodges in New York State traditionally do not meet from June through August. During these summer months, newly elected and installed officers use this time to prepare for their ensuing Masonic year. RW Marino Cesarini and WB Jeremiah Campbell join up to share advice for incoming Pillar Officers.
Unicorns Around the Campfire, Part II - Bro. John Nagy
On this episode, Bro. John Nagy and Bro. Michael Arce break down three of the largest myths (Christianity, Fraternity, and the Illuminati) of Freemasonry from those outside the Craft.
Reflections of 15 Year Member - WB Joe Evans
WB Joseph Evans is an (almost) 15 year member and served his Lodge twice as Worshipful Master. We are proud to welcome WB Evans back as a guest to reflect on his experiences in Freemasonry.
View WB Evans Comic Book Art "Powerful Impak" on Instagram... @powerfulimpak
Listening to the Universe - Bro. John Nagy
We have all heard the term, “in God’s hands” when it comes to the reassurance of a master plan but what does that mean? Are there decisions we make in moments in life that will ultimately affect our outcome? Bro. John Nagy returns as we seek insight on life’s hidden opportunities.
Reflections of a One Year Member - Bro. Franklin Rings
Bro. Franklin Rings is a newly raised Master Mason. He joins us for the first part in our "Reflections" series where Masons reflect on personal experiences during their years of membership in the Craft.
First Rate Podcast !!!
Excellent subject matter and very professional sounding. I am from Indiana and really enjoy being able to hear about New York Masonry. One if my favorite facets of the craft is how we can all be striving for the same end goal but every jurisdiction does it o’ so subtlety different. Keep up the good work brother.
I love the variety of the guests and topics. Always learn something new!