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They may also learn how their ancestors were affected by the Famine, whether they were evicted or involved in the Land War, and what life was like for them during the War of Independence and the Civil War. It is history as lived and recounted by the ordinary people of the parishes and their authentic voices come through clearly and evocatively.
It is, in Fr Ferris’s own words, “a history of the people, by the people for the people”.
Next to report was Dennis Wheavil, the Committee Secretary, who recorded the physical record of events, previous presented by their Treasurer in financial terms.
He too had an interesting report with details of some of their recipients and their achievements over the past twelve months. Our Most Wor Grand Master then took the floor and for the best part of half an hour set out a summary of the developments and changes currently ongoing in Grand Lodge as we modernise both our building and our administration.
It includes: In addition, in the Introduction to the book, the Editor, Brendan Mc Carthy, provides a biographical portrait of Fr Ferris, who was a fascinating individual in his own right.
The book costs €15 and can be purchased from a dedicated website, where you'll also find a list of all the surnames appearing in the book.
Here we find a true exponent of Fake News, a man dismissive of the sterling charitable works carried out by all the Masons within the three home Constitutions and a fascist revisionist trying to deny the truth about the Holocaust.Hanna eventually moved to Canada, and became a Roman Catholic priest, still with strong anti-Masonic views.And as previously noted, he died in Canada in February 1966. Shortly after Hanna’s book appeared in 1952 a detailed response was published, under the title “Light Invisible – The Freemasonry Answer to Darkness Visible”. The author, an Episcopalian clergyman, and a Freemason was a man who was not prepared to be bullied by Church based anti-Masonic bullies.Committee Treasurer David Wallace set out, in great detail, the workings of the Committee over the past twelve months, dealing with unusual items such as their Centenary Dinner and Dance back in 2017 and the ongoing sale of their commemorative jewels.The Treasurers Report was duly Proposed, Seconded and Passed by the Committee Members present.
As a result of their ongoing deliberations they hope to contact every Province throughout the Island of Ireland and bring their jewel offering to a much wider audience.