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At the end of the 850 deputies attended Convent of the Grand Lodge of France, Marc Henry, who was elected Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of France, Saturday, June 16, 2012 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 14 August 2012 18:44

Succeeding Alain-Noël Dubart, Mark Henry, aged 66, was initiated in 1976 in obedience to the Memphis-Respectable Loge France and has held many positions including that of the first Deputy Grand Master. He was also one of the voices of France Culture as anime for nearly 10 years, once a month, the issuance of the Grand Lodge of France during the sequence Various Aspects of Contemporary Thought, on Sunday morning.

Very attached to the specificity of the Grand Lodge and the Ancient and Accepted Rite, Mark Henry said his joy to serve the 34,000 brothers of the Grand Lodge and stressed "the importance of the Masonic method in these troubled times where Man is in search of values and perspectives to find meaning in his life, beyond material contingencies and to serve society. " In addition, it intends to pursue the policy of openness and information brought by the Grand Lodge for several years, a policy which he said: "remains essential to better publicize the work of the Grand Lodge and contribute to a better understanding of Freemasonry, in a spirit of freedom and fraternity. "