Every Master Mason aspires to attain the summit of Ancient Craft Masonry.It is a peculiarity of the York Rite, whether intended or not by its authors, that the movement of the degrees is often historically reversed; so that as we apparently go forward in regular progression, the knowledge and light gained reflect backward upon the path we have traveled before, and degrees that seemed complete when we took them are found to require the explanation of the subsequent degrees before they can be fully understood.
Most Illustrious Grand Master, Reese L. Harrison, Jr., welcomes you to the Official Web Site of The Grand Council of Royal and Select Master of Texas.. Please take your time while browsing our pages and come back as often as you like. Telling you about Masonry in general, and York Rite Masonry in particular is our goal.
If you have an interest in joining our great fraternity, contact any York Rite member. To find a York Rite companion just ask at your local Masonic Lodge. He'll be glad to provide you with a petition for the degrees of York Rite Masonry and help you fill it out. The only requirement is that you be a Master Mason in good standing with your local Masonic Lodge.
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Royal and Select Master of Texas
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Waco, Texas 76701
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Waco, TX 76703-0296