A very warm welcome to the District Grand Lodge of Mark Masons in Spain website, it is packed with very useful facts and important dates for the coming year so that we can all organise and enjoy our Masonic lives to the full.
The aim of our website is to provide information about the Mark and Royal Ark Mariner degrees to our members, to Masons who are not yet members of these degrees and to those of you who are not yet Masons. The website provides information about our history, organisation and charitable activities.
We feel sure that you will find the site useful and interesting and if you want further information about our Mark or Royal Ark Mariner degrees please do not hesitate in contacting us. If your visit stimulates you into taking the further step to becoming a member of our Order we feel that you will not regret joining this "friendly" degree in Masonry.
Yesterday, Saturday 18th of June San Juan Mark Lodge number 1810 held a very special extra Meeting at Sedavi Temple in Valencia. The Meeting was to advance three new Spanish speaking members into ...Read more
Mark Mason's Ladies Night
Last night, May 28th, was held the annual Mark Mason's Ladies Night. It was held at the very popular venue of Salones El Canor near Benissa and is fast becoming ...Read more
THE KEYSTONE TRAVELS NORTH
The District of Spain's Travelling Keystone has now found it way to the very North of our District.
Presented to the Worshipful Master of the Lapis Anguli Lodge No...Read more
I would like to warmly welcome you all to this years´ Assembly of the Mark District Grand Lodge of Spain. This is a special celebration year for us as the first Mark Lodge in Spain was consecrat...Read more
Royal Ark Mariner is a completely separate degree, administered by the Mark Grand Master, for which candidates must already be Mark Master Masons.
Its precise origin is unknown Its earliest-known wor...Read more
I doubt if anyone disputes the conclusion that operative stonemasons ‘marked’ stones prepared by them. Similarly, I think it safe to say that two general types of marks existed – one to identify the p...Read more