International Masonic Union Catena

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The International Masonic Union Catena is an international organization of Masonic organizations. The organizations involved are considered irregular by the United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) and most other Anglo-Saxon Grand Lodges.

History[edit]

The organization was created in 1961 by the Nederlandse grootloge der gemengde vrijmetsalerij, Humanitas – Freimaurergroßloge für Frauen und Männer in Deutschland and Österreichischer Universaler Freimaurerorden - Humanitas. It is only for mixed masonic organizations.

The Catena is open only to lodges that acknowledge a Supreme Being (Great Architect of the Universe).[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ AT A PERPETUAL DISTANCE: LIBERAL AND ADOGMATIC GRAND LODGES, Tony Pope, Pietre Stones Review of Freemasonry