Freemasonry: The Three Masonic Graces, Faith, Hope, Charity 1878

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2003 - Social Science - 192 pages
1878. Freemasonry aims at the promotion of all that is pure and good and noble in human character, and therefore its lessons and symbols are much devoted to the inculcation of faith, hope and charity, in which the excellence of human character mainly consists. However men may differ in their religious beliefs, no one who holds the primary doctrines can hold any doubt that faith, hope and charity are the three great religious graces on which the whole character and conduct of a man depends.

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