to the Provincial Grand Lodge of North Munster's Freemasonry Website.
Lodges are now closed due to the current COVID-19 crisis.
The Masonic Province of North Munster was created in
1842, and could be said to cover the Mid-West of Ireland. While it
continues largely unchanged in area to the present day, the same
cannot be said of its constituent Lodges. As is commonly the case,
some Lodges have closed while on the other hand, new Lodges have been
formed as the populace has changed or moved away. There are at present
6 Lodges, 5 of which now meet in Limerick City.
The five Limerick Lodges that meet at the North Munster
Masonic Centre, Castle Street, King's Island are;
The Provincial Grand Lodge meets in the Masonic Centre on the fourth Thursday in the months of February, May, and
September and similarly, in Roscrea in November.
The Centre is open to the public by prior arrangement
(follow the hyperlink below), and
is available for use by
Community Groups, Schools and Voluntary Bodies. The facilities include
Meeting rooms, a Museum and Library, together with a Function Room with catering
facilities. The Museum displays exhibits with Masonic connections
showing the historical links and interaction between the Masonic Order
and the commercial life of Limerick City and the surrounding area over
the last 300 or more years.
Visiting Brethren are always welcome at our
meetings and non-Masons are equally welcome to visit our premises. We
are delighted to explain what Freemasons have to offer in terms of
friendship, integrity and our charitable ethos.
Contact can be made by e-mail to:
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