Masonic Funeral

Can a demitted brother participate in a Masonic service?

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Aug 28, 2019
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by: Bob

Sorry, no firm answer. As each grand lodge has its own rules, some places might say yes, others no. If you mean may a demitted brother go to a memorial services vice, probably yes. May he actively participate? That’s another question.

Sorry not to be more informative.

Sep 27, 2019
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by: Fred

Thank you for your question
As stated in the previous answer, your question is ambiguous. The term dimitted hold various meanings in masonry. If you dimmit from a lodge to join another lodge, changing membership, then I’d say yes, you can participate, if you dimmited from the fraternity, probably not. You would most likely be welcome as a guest, as the funeral attendees are determined by the family.

I hope this helps.

Fred

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