The New Voice of Brotherhood
It is that time of the year again, brethren! Time for the 3rd Annual X-Oriente Christmas Music Special! The pickings this year were slimmer than in the past, but I still found with some pretty decent selections. Please enjoy these and have a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year! Music Selections "I'll be home for Christmas," by Twisted Sister "Merry Christmas Song" by Vanessa Van Spall "Looks Like Christmas." by Winzinreid, or the Hollywood Drunks "O Come All Ye Faithful," by Mary Ellen "Feels Like Christmas," by Rusty Bladen "Drinking Up Christmas," by The Dwarves "My Own Merry Christmas," by Geoff Smith
Direct download: 025.mp3
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After an abortive Episode 023, here is a classic Rudyard Kipling story to help us get back to what's important. New theme music too.
Direct download: 024.mp3
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There is a lot of controversy brewing in the Masonic world online. Here's some tips on how to navigate the blogosphere with dignity and respect.
Direct download: 022.mp3
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Brent Morris speaks about what it was like to write a book "...for Complete Idiots" and talks about his experiences with the media. Presented Oct. 5, 2007 at the Illinois Lodge of Research in Springfield, Illinois.
Direct download: 021.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:18am CDT

Critical thinking tools and a challenge
Direct download: 020.mp3
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Critical thinking is one of those things that Freemasons were famous for. Now it is time for us again be the stewards of independent thinking.
Direct download: 019.mp3
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What is the enemy of Freemasonry?
Direct download: 018.mp3
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Live (sort of) from Washington DC! This is an event sponsored by Benjamin B. French Lodge No. 15 in Washington DC. (Returned to the feed)
Direct download: 017m.mp3
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One of the most important tasks of any lodge is to communicate effectively with their members. The web offers tons of great tools to help Masons do just that. Many of these tools are cheap or even free of charge (usually if you put up with some advertising). In this, the first of several episodes we'll do from time to time, we review some tools to help your Lodge keep a calendar, manage email lists and start a trestleboard-style blog.
Direct download: 016.mp3
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