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Oct 4, 2016

Get ready for more Masonic history! In the aftermath of the Morgan Affair, the Grand Lodge of Alabama adopted a resolution to bring the Grand Lodges together to standardize the Masonic ritual. After an unsuccessful attempt in 1842, sixteen Grand Lodges attended the Baltimore Convention of 1843 and adopted a number of resolutions to include the standardization of the ritual. This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable discuss the Baltimore Convention of 1843 and how its effects are still seen in Masonry in the United States today.