The QC Correspondence Circle enjoys a close relationship with and has many members in the USA and Canada, and a rapidly increasing number in Latin America. With that in mind, QC America was established in 2016 to offer national and regional events, and research support, to our many transatlantic friends.
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QC North America
Brent Morris, the editor of the Scottish Rite Journal, is Honorary President of QC North America. He served as Master of QC Lodge in 2007/08 and has been described as the ‘Dean of American Masonic scholars’.
Adam Kendall, a member of QC Lodge based in California, serves as Regional Secretary. Members and prospective members can reach out to Adam at NorthAmerica@quatuorcoronati.com or via email@example.com.
Other members of QC Lodge in North America include Arturo de Hoyos, the Grand Archivist and Grand Historian of the Scottish Rite in Washington DC, and Mark Tabbert, Director of Museum and Library Collections at the George Washington Masonic National Memorial in Alexandria, VA.
Members of QC are frequent speakers in North America. We also hold one-off events. Our most recent was an outstanding Conference last September. Freemasons in the Transatlantic World attracted some 180 delegates, with more than twenty papers delivered. The weekend also included a demonstration Universal Lodge and conference dinner. Another major North American conference is currently planned for 2020.
QC Latin America
We have an extremely active QCCC contingent across Latin America and an excellent multi-lingual QCCC Facebook group run out of Brazil which can be accessed here.
Please email LatinAmerica@quatuorcoronati.com for more details.
Our Regional Secretary for Latin America and main contact point is Emilio Elesbao.
He can be reached at LatinAmerica@quatuorcoronati.com.
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