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Congregations

In the Old Records and Constitutions of Freemasonry the yearly meetings of the Craft are so called. Thus, in the Halliwell or Regius Manuscript it is said, "Every Master that is a Mason must be at the General Congregation" (see line 107).

What are now called Communications of a Grand Lodge were then called Congregations of the Craft (see Assembly).

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