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Someone may answer: "Oh yeah, Shriners are those guys who always have those parades with the wild costumes, wearing funny hats like flowerpots and have those big conventions." Another may think of Shrine circuses and Shrine clowns."I don't know about...Read More
Shriners believe in God and that He created man to serve His purposes, among which is service to others in His name. We believe that care for the less fortunate, especially children who suffer from burns and crippling diseases, is our institutional call...Read More
By the scimitar and crescent you wear upon your coat, You proclaim that you're a Shriner. It's a sign for men to note. It's a symbol that your fellows have abiding faith in you; They believe that you are worthy and they trust in all you do. But I wonder, f...Read More
The red fez with a black tassel, the Shrine's most distinctive symbol, has been handed down through the ages. It derives its name from the place where it was first manufactured -- the holy city of Fez, Morocco. The fez was chosen as part of the Shrine's Arabic...Read More