What is Freemasonry?
Freemasonry is the oldest, largest, men's fraternity, bound together by oaths, based on the mediviel stonemason
craft guilds. Freemasonry teaches lessons of social and moral virtues based on symbolism of the tools and language of
the ancient building trade, using the building of a structure as a symbol for the building of character in men. Masons
are obliged to practice brotherly love, mutual assistance, equality, secrecy, and trust between each other.