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"Freemasonry is not a religion, it has overarching religious principles that are part of Masonry's rich traditions.
'The Freemasons did something very radical 300 years ago. We said that men can agree that God exists and he compels them to do good in their life and we can stop all religious discussion at that point and go out and do good and help mankind. So Freemasons invite any believer in God to join them.'
Freemasonry has always been about improving oneself. The nature of the self-reflective process is private, and many people mistake that for secrecy.
While man is being challenged to look inward at himself as a person, he is going to have to self-reflect, contemplate, think.
This can't be done in a public forum. As Masons we are pledging ourselves to become better people in our home, in our churches, in all walks of life."

    -Compiled from an ABC News interview with S. Brent Morris, editor of the Scottish Rite Journal, April 19, 2006.

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