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PixDay 2017 will open next Thursday !

The PixDay 2017 show opens next Thursday in Paris. held at the Forum de Grenelle, in the fifteenth P...

Sylvie Meunier & Patrick Tourneboeuf launch American Dream

Sylvie Meunier and Patrick Tourneboeuf will present tomorrow Tuesday 28 March their new book Ameri...

Philip Trager et Ken Schles book signing at Rizzoli

Tomorrow Tuesday, March 28, photographes Philip Trager and Ken Schles will be at the Rizzoli booksto...
PHOTO OF THE DAY
Henri Cartier-Bresson, Sur les bords de la Marne, 1938 © Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson & Phillips
Henri Cartier-Bresson, Sur les bords de la Marne, 1938 © Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson & Phillips

Freemasonry is the world’s oldest, largest fraternity. Its members convene regularly, at lodges in fifty states and dozens of countries around the world. They contribute hundreds of millions of dollars to charities every year. Their singular purpose is “to make good men better.”
However, the Masonic culture is in decline, and its dwindling membership is now burdened with large, aging buildings that are expensive to maintain. The order’s long standing shroud of secrecy has led many outsiders to see it as a cult performing strange rituals behind closed doors. As a result, the Freemasons are struggling to recruit the next generation of members.
Freemasonry, along with its simpler, more personal, more connected way of living, is on the brink of extinction.