In Freemasonry, regularity is the process by which individual Grand Lodges recognise one another to allow formal interaction at Grand Lodge level and visitation by members of other jurisdictions. The phrase is most commonly used to mean those lodges which are considered as regular by the United Grand Lodge of England and on this web portal we use the term ‘Regulars’ in this way.
The Masonic system represents a stupendous and beautiful fabric, founded on universal purity, to rule and direct our passions, to have faith and love in God, and charity toward man.
William Howard Taft
- Foreign Grand Lodges Recognised by the United Grand Lodge of England at United Grand Lodge of England
- Regularity and Recognition by Tony Pope, editor of the Australian & New Zealand Masonic Research Council’s publications.