QC in 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’.
Michael Ramos, formerly of the Grand Lodge of California, serves as our Regional Secretary for North America and is supported by Adam Kendall, a member of QC Lodge also based in California. Members and prospective members can reach out to Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org, Adam at NorthAmerica@quatuorcoronati.com, or send an email 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; Mark Tabbert, the Director of the Museum and Library Collections at the George Washington Masonic National Memorial in Alexandria, VA; Dr E. Oscar Alleyne, formerly JGW, GL of NY; and Trevor McKeown, Chairman of the Library and Archives Board of Trustees and past Grand Historian of the Grand Lodge of British Columbia and the Yukon.
Members of QC are frequent speakers across America. We also hold regular Seminars and Conferences.
QC’s Summer Lecture Series with the GL of California
We worked with the Grand Lodge of California to produce a series of live online lectures and Q&As in 2020, with other events in 2021. Presentations were given by members of QC (Mike, Brent, Mark and Ric), and QCCC (Hans and Ben), and are now available on demand on the GL of California’s Masonic Speakers Series’ Archive Page. A new season of talks begins August 2021.
QCCC-specific quality-assured regalia is available in the US, Canada and Latin America via Macoy Publishing and Supply Company – please click here.
A current list of Local Secretaries in North America is available below
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USA Local Secs: USA_Local Secs
Canadian Local Secs: – Canadian Local Secretaries
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