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We present you herewith our Annual Report on Correspondence, with the assurance that every volume of proceedings reaching our table has met with respectful consideration, and that we have noted herein the more important facts and incidents reported from the various Grand Jurisdictions, omitting with regret many items of interest and much of high sentiment, because of our limitations in space.
In some quarters it is recognized with indifference, not to say open opposition, and some hold and express the opinion that its' sphere of operation is too limited to warrant the expenditure of time, talent, and money necessary for its maintenance.
We are free to say, however, that should it pass into oblivion, it has yet accomplished a good result in awakening a widespread interest in Masonic Education, as to the history, principles and purpose of our great order.
So far as we have noted am. From many Grand Jurisdictions, either in the Address of the Grand Master, or in reports of committees, we find a recognition of the general lawlessness which, dating in measure from the close of the Great War, still continues with little, if any abatement.
In this respect we compare most unfavorably with other nations, most of whom show far more respect. This constitutes a dark page in our national history which future generations will read with profound regret.
From most of our Grand Jurisdictions there comes a note of regret, if not of strong complaint, that Ancient Craft Masonry no longer commands that respect and veneration which is really its due.
It is the foundation and mother of all. Strictly speaking, there are no "higher degrees," and we say this with all' possible respect for other bodies in which we enjoy membership. But we cannot consent that the Lodge 'should be considered as a mere ante room or introduction to that which is esteemed higher and better, and he who hurries through the sacred precincts of the Lodge room without beholding the form and beauty thereof, and steadily looking to the plume and the fez which loom up before his imagination, is not likely to become a Freemason in the highest sense of that term.
We have appended an additional item to our Report concerning the Masonic Relief Association of the United States and Canada, Jogether with a list of Boards of Relief and Employment Bureaus, which will, we believe, be of assistance to our Brethren in Missouri.
The Proceedings of the Grand Lod'ge of Alabama for 19'23 are contained in a well-arranged volume of some 50 pages, enriched by speaking likenesses of the Grand Master and the Grand Secretary, accompanied by excellent sketches of their many and varied attainments.
Greene and Ben M. Jacobs, and one for the dedication of the new Masonic Temple at Birmingham. The latter, judging from the record, must have been a great occasion, for we note that the Grand Lodge was opened in four different halls of the building simultaneously, the Grand Master presiding in the small auditorium, the Deputy Grand Master and the two Grand Wardens officiating in a similar capacity on the first, second and third floors of the new building, respectively.
Prayer by the R. Wright and William E. Bingham, stating their regrets at not being able to be present in the Grand Lodge by reason of illness in their families, were read and the Grand Secretary was requested to express the sympathy of the Grand Lodge to these brethren and the prayer that their loved ones would be be speedily restored to health.
A quotation from the opening paragraph of the Address is interesting. The Grand Master says: The business of the Grand Lodge of Alabama has grown to such enormous proportions that it was necessary for me to give almost my undivided time in the administration of its affairs.
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