Programme for 2020/2021
Quatuor Coronati Lodge generally meets five times per year. Our Masonic year begins with the installation meeting on the second Thursday in November, and continues the following year with meetings on the third Thursday in February; the second Thursday in May; the fourth Thursday in June; and the second Thursday in September.
Although open QC Lodge meetings and in-person talks by members of QC Lodge are currently suspended, we are maintaining our online support for Masonic research. Recent talks are hosted on our YouTube channel.
Thursday, 12 November 2020
Masonic Diplomacy in London around 1800:
Interactions between Swedish and English Freemasonry in Times of Crisis’
Dr Andreas Onnerfors
Thursday, 18 February 2021
The Hiramic Legend
Thursday, 13 May 2021
The KKK, Freemasonry, and the Fraternal Press
Thursday, 24 June 2021
John Sherwood and his Neo-Union Manuscripts
Thursday, 9 September 2021
Freemasonry and Secular Spirituality in the Ottoman Grand East
Professor Remzi Sanver
The paper and lecture will be posted online, however, we hope and expect to hold a meeting of the Lodge at FMH
Thursday, 11 November 2021
Dr Mike Kearsley
Unless indicated otherwise, QC’s meetings are held at Freemasons’ Hall, Great Queen Street, London, and start at 4.00 pm. Please speak to Reception to determine the lodge room in which QC’s meeting will be held. The closest underground stations are Covent Garden and Holborn. Dinner usually finishes at around 8.00 pm in order to assist those attendees who need to catch long-distance transport home. Those who do not need to leave promptly are welcome to adjourn to a nearby pub.
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Those attending QC Lodge meetings should be a member of a lodge under the jurisdiction of UGLE or of a grand lodge recognized by UGLE. Please be aware that the programme and speaker may be subject to change.
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