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Celebrating one hundred years of fraternal relations

November 11st, 2023 - Museum of Memory and Tolerance

Honouring tradition

Inspiring changes

Freemasonry is much more than just an organization. It is a life philosophy based on the constant search for individual improvement. It is a path that leads us to discover our true potential as human beings through brotherly love, relief, and truth.

Freemasonry is a brotherhood of men who work on joint projects for the benefit of society. It is a place where respect, tolerance, and freedom of thought are fostered, where everyone can develop their skills and abilities and contribute positively to the world around us.

To be a Mason is to be part of a centennial-old tradition that has left its mark on the history of humanity. It is to be part of a community of people who share fundamental values and principles and seek moral perfection and personal fulfilment.


In short, Freemasonry is a life-changing experience that invites us to be better people and to work for a more just and humane world. If you feel that this philosophy of life resonates with you, we invite you to join us and continue building a better future together.

A brotherhood based on values

Brotherly love

Brotherly love is the bond that unites Masons in a brotherhood of men who work together for the common good. Freemasons consider themselves brothers regardless of background, social status, race, religion, affiliations or political orientation. Fraternity manifests in mutual respect, aid, and friendship among the brotherhood members and their loved ones.


Relief is another manifestation of brotherly love in Freemasonry. Freemasons are committed to helping their brothers and families in times of need and difficulty, providing material, emotional, and spiritual support. This includes assisting the sick, protecting the weak, and defending justice and freedom. Relief is also known as charity when is practice with others. 


Truth is another fundamental principle of Freemasonry. Freemasons are committed to seeking truth and living according to it in all their actions and decisions. This involves the constant pursuit of knowledge and wisdom, and the application of this knowledge in daily life. Truth also relates to honesty and integrity in all human relationships, mainly in the craft.

A centennial tradition

Freemasonry is a fraternal organization that dates back to the Middle Ages in Europe. Although its exact origins are uncertain, it is believed that the roots of Freemasonry lie in the guilds of cathedral builders from the medieval period. These guilds were groups of highly skilled workers who built the majestic cathedrals and public buildings of the time.


Modern Freemasonry originated in the 17th century in England. At that time, the guilds of builders had lost much of their power and influence, and many of their members joined secret and philosophical societies. These societies focused on the pursuit of knowledge and truth, and often used mystical symbols and rituals to share their ideas.


Freemasonry quickly became one of the most popular secret societies of the time. As the organization grew, it expanded throughout Europe and North America. Freemasonry also attracted many influential figures, including politicians, writers, and scientists. The order is characterized by its focus on fraternity, philanthropy, and philosophy. Masons pledge to help each other and to support the community at large. The organization also focuses on personal development and the pursuit of truth.


The craft has been the subject of controversy and criticism throughout its history. Some have accused the organization of having a secret agenda and being involved in political conspiracies. However, most of these accusations have been discredited, and Freemasonry has maintained its reputation as a beneficial and fraternal organization.


In conclusion, Freemasonry has had a long and rich history dating back to the Middle Ages in Europe. The organization has been an important driver of knowledge, fraternity, and philanthropy over the centuries. Despite controversies and criticisms, Freemasonry has maintained its reputation as a beneficial and fraternal organization.

Freemasonry for

Future generations

DeMolay Mexico

Suppose you want to become a Freemason, but you are younger than twenty-one years old, or you want to approach your children, relatives or friends within the path of Freemasonry. In that case, you may consider the International Order of DeMolay. 

DeMolay is the premier youth leadership organization building young men of character and dedicated to making young men better people and leaders. Providing a program based on timeless principles and practical experience,


DeMolay strives to not only create the extraordinary leader, but a leader of character. DeMolays hold themselves to a higher moral standard, striving to constantly improve and be better each and every day. DeMolay is a youth-led, adult-advised organization in which young men learn to plan, organize, and facilitate their own programs.


DeMolays take part in a wide-range of activities, from athletic competitions, to public speaking tournaments, to community service events. All activities are guided by the interests of the local chapter. If you can dream it, you can do it in DeMolay. DeMolay provides endless fun and friendships that last a lifetime, even with such a serious mission.


When a young man joins DeMolay, he instantly gains over four million brothers across the globe. No youth organization provides such life-changing experiences like DeMolay.

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