Who are the Freemasons?

Freemasonry is not limited to formal membership. Above all, it is a way of life in accordance with the Twelve Rules of Regular Freemasons. Freemasonry, also known as the Royal Art, is a secular ethical movement aimed at the self-improvement of individuals in the spirit of tolerance, the universal brotherhood of man, respect for labor, and loyalty to the state.

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What do Freemasons believe in?

The central idea of Freemasonry is identical to the Enlightenment motto: “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity”. Liberty to think and to hold one’s own beliefs, freedom of conscience for every individual. Equality among all brothers despite differences in nationality, age, professions, financial or social status. Brotherhood, as a strong bond between members of the organization, who may contrast with each other on many issues, but always tolerate and support one another.

What do Freemasons do?

We focus on self-improvement and strive to be good people, valuable citizens, and better members of our families. We regularly meet within our Krakow community, but we also travel to attend the meetings of other lodges in the country and abroad. We engage in charity and support aid campaigns.

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