Regular Freemasonry for Women: The Great American Experiment is a film released by The Honourable Fraternity of Ancient Freemasons, Freemasonry for Women (HFAF) documenting the Consecration and Installation of Officers of America Lodge No. 57.
America Lodge No. 57, the first regular Freemasonry Lodge for Women in the United States consecrated in Washington, DC, May 25, 2019, by HFAF-Freemasonry for Women of the United Kingdom.
In celebration of International Women’s Day in March, America Lodge No. 57 is proud to carry forth the wisdom of the ages, to bring light to the feminine spirit, to have the moral courage to build a more ethical and just world, to educate, inspire, empower, and shape the future by integrating women more equally in society.
The film offers a detailed insight for all Male Freemasons and all Women who are not Freemasons in to how HFAF conduct various parts of their meetings and their socialising.
The film also includes an informative commentary from Lou P. Elias, Worshipful Master of America Lodge No.57.
See the film (45 minutes ) on YouTube
For more than a hundred years, women have stood firm in their belief that they were justly entitled to become a Freemason.
America Lodge No. 57 is a fraternal society for women, organized by women, to promote brotherly love, self-knowledge, and charity under the tenets of Universal Freemasonry.
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The Great American Experiment, a film by HFAF documenting the Consecration and Installation of Officers of America Lodge No. 57 on May 25, 2019
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