The North Texas Masonic Historical Museum & Library is hosting a Spring Festive Board on Saturday, March 2, 2013, at 6:30 PM.
We will have have an excellent Masonic educational program entitled “The Universal Search for Light: Religion and Masonry” by our special guest speaker, Brother Jason E. Marshall, an accomplished author of a number of published papers of Masonic interest with a forthcoming book on the subject of comparative religion.
Dinner will include Appetizers, Salad, Prime Rib, Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Roasted Vegetables, and Dessert.
Attendance is open to all Masons (Entered Apprentices, Fellowcrafts, and Master Masons) and limited to the first 28 to register. The cost is $50, payable at the time of registration. For you convenience, you may use the “Buy Now” button below to pay through PayPal.
I hope to see you there.
Jason E. Marshall is a practicing attorney in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He lives in Chickasha, Oklahoma with his wife and child. Jason holds a Bachelors Degree in Political Science, with an emphasis in international relations and cultural studies, as well as a Juris Doctorate.
Brother Marshall’s interest in international cultures has led him to extensively study world religions, philosophies, and esoteric traditions. His studies into world religions and various esoteric traditions eventually led him to the Masonic Fraternity. Within the Masonic Fraternity, he is active in numerous leadership roles, and writes extensively on various blue lodge and Scottish Rite themes.
Brother Marshall is a charter member of Lodge Veritas #556, in Norman, Oklahoma,where he is currently serving as Senior Warden. He is also a charter Member and Past High Priest of Chapter Veritas #103, in Norman, Oklahoma. He is also a member of the Societas Rosicruciana in Civitatibus Foederatis, Oklahoma Chapter, and the Oklahoma Order of High Priesthood. Brother Marshall also serves as the Chairman for the Guthrie Valley Scottish Riteâ€™s Mentorship Committee, and he is also in the Kadosh officer line for the Valley of Guthrie. He also serves on the awards committee for The Society for Masonic Research.
Brother Marshall‘s masonic writings have appeared in “The Masonic Society Journal”, Societas Rosicruciana’s “Ad Lucem” publication, and he is a featured writer for “Living Stones Magazine”. Outside of the masonic fraternity, Jason has been featured in “Office Canada”, as well as the 2012 book “Imperfect Spirituality”, by Polly Campbell. Jason is also the owner and primary author of the website: www.LivingInTheNow.net.