The Ohio Masonic Home Celebrates the Feast of St. John

Each year, just after Christmas, the Freemasons of Ohio celebrate the Feast of St. John the Evangelist. The Feast serves as a reminder that although the long, cold nights of winter are upon us, the longest night has passed. The sun will continue to shine a little longer each day and spring will come, bringing with it warmth and light. On December 27 and 29, Rubicon Lodge No. 237, Morning Star Lodge No. 795 and Medina Lodge No. 58 joined forces with Browning, Springfield and Western Reserve Masonic Communities to celebrate St. John in a trio of Festive Boards honoring the important ladies in a Freemason’s life. After a special speaker and a delicious meal, the Brothers offered five toasts honoring the ladies in attendance, the widows, the wives, the sisters and daughters and finally, the mothers. Each lady present received a red rose as a token of love and appreciation for their support and light they bring to our lives. “And the light shineth in darkness; and darkness comprehend it not.” John 1:5

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