Masonic Lecture, "Have we anything to communicate?"

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W Bro. Harvey considers how we can communicate an understanding of Freemasonry to different audiences, using different language.

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As Freemasonry comes out of its self-imposed exile in the shadows of public life and engages once again with the public, many Freemasons are looking for the right language to use to describe Freemasonry to their friends and relatives. The language of the ritual doesn’t feel appropriate and is poorly understood by those who are not Freemasons. So some brethren have suggested that the language of the ritual should be modernised, to make it more easily understood and relevant to today. Based on his experiences in communicating Freemasonry to the public and to other brethren, in this talk Bro. Harvey suggests that we should not seek to find one common language that suits all audiences and purposes. Instead we should use different languages, each appropriate to what he calls the three existences of Freemasonry. To find out more, please invite Bro. Harvey to deliver the talk to your Lodge.

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