Royal Arch Chapter No. 222 Meetings & Papers

 

                                                                                                                          

 

Date

Place

Author

Paper

1

7 Oct 1978

Dublin

William J. 0' Brien

Inaugural Address

2

21 April 1979

Mount

William J .D. Dunn

Early Working of R. A. Masonry

3

7 July 1979

Carlow

William J. O'Brien

The path leading to our present R.A.Masonry

4

13 Oct 1979

Dublin

Thomas Moorehead

Historical Highlights of Chapter No.2

5

23 Feb 1980

Newry

Richard E. Parkinson

Royal Arch Masonry in Downpatrick

6

21 June 1980

Sligo

William J. O'Brien

Irish Royal Arch Masonry

7

11 Oct 1980

Dublin

 

Irish Royal Arch Masonry (Paper reread)

9

27 June 1981

Lurgan

George Power

Some introductory Thoughts on R.A. Masonry

10

3 Oct 1981

Dublin

Robert Baptie

Royal Arch Masonry at Youghal in 1734

11

27 Mar 1982

L. derry

J. Bums, G. Dunlop

Newtownstewart Royal Arch Chapter No. 547

12

29 May 1982

Cork

Keith Carroll

Ritual and Symbolism of Royal Arch Masonry

13

2 Oct 1982

Dublin

William J. O'Brien

Grand Royal Arch Chapter Room, Dublin

14

26 Mar 1983

Athy

E.D. Hughes

R. A. M. in the Midland Counties 1960-1978

15

4 June 1983

Mount

P.E. Colenso

Irish Royal Arch Masonry in Natal

16

1 Oct 1983

Dublin

Phillip Crossle

Review of different Royal Arch Workings

17

26 Mar 1984

Newry

Stephen Forster

An old Royal Arch Manuscript

18

9 June 1984

N.bridge

Robert Baptie

Musings on some of the Degrees of F.masonry

19

6 Oct 1984

Dublin

William J. O'Brien

The Royal Arch Jewels

20

30 Mar 1985

Dublin

A.H.Moore

Historical Highlights of Chapter 5. 1831-1981

 

 

 

William J. O'Brien

Historical Highlights of Chapter 5. Addendum

21

25 May 1985

Newry

Stephen Forster

Mark Ceremonies in Freemasonry

22

5 Oct 1985

Dublin

Stephen Forster

Mark Ceremonies (Part 2 with Appendix)

23

29 Mar 1986

Newry

Stephen Forster

The veils In Royal Arch Masonry

24

17 May 1986

P.adown

Robert J. Walker

The Foundation and Growth of R. A. Masonry

25

11 Oct 1986

Dublin

Stephen Forster

The Enniskillen Apron

26

28 Feb 1987

Dublin

Stephen Forster

The Royal Arch at Charlesville, Co. Cork

27

23 May 1987

Ros.street

Stephen Forster

The Royal Arch and the Past Masters Degree

28

1 Oct 1987

Dublin

John Gray Vealey

Eleven Decades of RA.Masonry in Chapter 25

30

21 May 1988

Ballylesson

G .W.S. Phillips

Leinster Marine Royal Arch Chapter No. 266

32

1 Apr 1989

Lurgan

Stephen Forster

Other Masons' Masonry

33

13 May 1989

Coalisland

James A. Burns

The Genesis of the District Grand RA.C.'s in Ireland

34

14 Oct 1989

Dublin

Lewis Publication

The First Tracing Board

35

31 Mar 1990

N'Ards Rd.

L.W.Shadwick

Ex-Libris-The Preservation of the Written Word

36

2 June 1990

Newry

Thomas J. Reid

Reminiscences; Visits to Masonry in the U.S.A.

37

13 Oct 1990

Dublin

J. Bennett

The Legend of the Royal Arch.

38

23 Mar 1991

Dublin

Kenneth C. Schwartz

Paper not read. (The History of the Order of ISH SODI)

39

22 June 1991

Ball 'Less

Hartford H. Montgomery

History of Royal Arch Chapter No. 36

40

12 0ct 1991

Dublin

Dr. Viraf Minocher Dhalla

Pythagoras and Freemasonry

41

29 Feb 1992

Mount

 

Leinster Marine RA.C. No.226. 1843 - 1943.

42

22 June 1992

Arthur Sq.

Harold Ross

Random Jottings and Reminiscences

43

10 Oct 1992

Dublin

Ralph D. Seligman

A Brief Survey of the Symbols of RA. Masonry

44

6 Mar 1993

Dublin

John F. Martin

Forty Seventh Problem of Euclid

46

9 Oct 1993

Dublin

W.R. Whitford

The Seven Liberal Arts and Sciences

47

26 Feb 1994

Newry

Robert Bashford

RA.C. and Higher Degrees in Newry & Morne

48

28 May 1994

Omagh

John F. Martin

Mark Master Masons, the Chapter and the Lodge

49

8 Oct 1994

Dublin

Robert Bashford

Progenitors of the Irish Royal Arch.

50

25 Mar 1995

W' abbey

Robert Bashford

Royal Arch Masonry in the Whiteabbey and South Antrim Area

 

 

 

James A. Penny

The Extra Degree

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N.B. Paper No. 38 not read. It is a paper submitted by V. Ex. Comp. J. Branigan of New York

Historical sketches by various authors about various Royal Arch Degrees not worked in the Irish Constitution.