Royal Arch Masons
Chapters of Instruction (Public Instruction)
This page contains links to documents intended for all to access.
American-or-English-Ritual.pdf — Does our Grand Chapter follow the English form or the American Form of Capitular Masonry?— written by Rt. Ex. Comp. Brian Aikins, Phoenix Chapter No. 34.
Historical-Sketch.pdf — Capitular Masonry in Orillia— Submitted by Rt. Ex. Comp. Brian Aikins, Z. Couchiching Chapter No.198 Orillia
True Status of the Royal Arch.pdf — The year 2020, and the Covid-19 pandemic has altered our lives forever.— written by Rt. Ex. Comp. Kenneth Jay, FCF.
PlatonicSolids.pdf — The Origins of Science and the Geometrical Roots of the Triple Tau.— Comp. Roger Cook, Presentation to Carleton Chapter No. 16 December 17, 2008.
Address to Maple-Granite Chapter No. 61.pdf — Early Freemasonry was an interesting fabric woven around Lodges and degrees— written by Michael Jenkyns, FCF, Maple-Granite Chapter, No. 61, Carleton Place.
Capitular Masonry.pdf — We try to draw the distinction between Operative and Speculative Masonry.— written by Ex. Comp. Adam Meldrum.
Degrees of the York Rite.pdf — Very early in our Masonic experiences we were charged to consider ourselves called on to make a daily advancement in Masonic knowledge.— written by Michael Jenkyns, FCF, Maple-Granite Chapter, No. 61, Carleton Place.
Development of RAM Degrees.pdf — We tell our Exaltees that they are not to consider that they have received a Fourth Degree in Freemasonry, but that they have only completed the Third.— written by Ex. Comp. Adam Meldrum.
Early Annals.pdf — The facts concerning the introduction of the Capitular system into this country are a good deal obscure.— written by Ex. Comp. Adam Meldrum.
Keystone of Royal Arch Masonry.pdf — The keystone is that which gives strength and durability to the arch.— written by Ex. Comp. Adam Meldrum.
Masonic Charity.pdf — Are we doing enough to take care of our Masonic Companions?— written by Rt. Ex. Comp. George Fairbairn.
Masonic Culture.pdf — Organisational culture is a system of shared assumptions, values, and beliefs, which governs how people behave in organisations.— written by Rt. Ex. Comp. George Fairbairn.
Masonic Harmony.pdf — Harmony affects the overall health and welfare of a Masonic Body.— written by Rt. Ex. Comp. George Fairbairn.
Robert’s Rules of Order.pdf — Our meetings are conducted by Robert’s Rules of Order however the Constitution of Grand Chapter and the chapter by-laws take precedence.— written by Rt. Ex. Comp. George Fairbairn.
The Traditional Lecture.pdf — The Royal Arch degree has been given a lot of credit;— written by Rt. Ex. Comp. George Fairbairn.