The volume of the Sacred Law is God's gift to man, as the rule and guide for
its faith and conduct,is open on our Altar whenever a Lodge is in session.
Freemasonry teaches man the duty he owes to God, his neighbour and himself.
It inculcates the practice of virtue and morality in all its relationships of life.
In no sense is the Masonic fraternity to be regarded as an insurance society. It does not pay
benefits in the case of sickness and death. The true Mason, however,will be charitable in thought
and deed and ever willing to render such assistance to the distressed as his circumstances in life may permit.
The Masonic institution does not solicit members. It does not hold out any promise of personal
gain or material advantage.Those who seek admission must do so entirely of their own free will
Freemasonry welcomes to its fellowship, men of honour, reputation and good will, men of
benevolent instincts who are concerned for the welfare and happiness of their fellow
creatures, Of such is the brotherhood of Freemasonry.
Next print each side head to head on opposite
sides of the same sheet of paper.
When completed MAIL TO: WESTMOUNT LODGE, 2295 St. Marc St., Montreal, Qc., H3H 2G9