Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to the frequently asked questions

Freemasonry is exclusively secular association on which meetings and conferences religious and political discussions are strictly prohibited.

The only relation of the Freemasonry with the religion is the support of the Faith in one Spiritual ethico-moral Principle of values, but as an undisputed right of every member in the way of its experiencing and expression.

The Friendship based on a Fraternal Principle between the Freemasons doesn’t understand one unprincipled privileged status in the relation with other people, on the contrary, this contradicts the fundamental moral principles on which the meaning of the Freemasonry is based.

Every true and honest friendship is based on a trust, and its respecting is the subject of the ‘solemn obligation’ in which the ‘oath of confidentiality’ is only borrowing of the old and traditional allusion on the moral stand that ‘the trust will never be betrayed’, an allegory which, actually, support the right of every man independently to decide in a taking and imposing of his own stands and persuasions, an idea that since the First Constitutions of the Freemasonry 1723 is the essential part of its basics: honest and true friendship based exclusively on the universal moral values regardless religious, political, philosophical and, generally, culture stands and persuasions, ennobled with one, Kantian interpreted, quiet serving to the community.