Ireland


Grand Orient Of Ireland
 seems to be a one lodge organisation (Wolf Tone which is numbered 3) stating: “Liberal Freemasonry accepts applications for membership from all people regardless of genderrace or orientation. we have no requirement for a belief in a supreme being believing that to be a personal matter and of no concern to the Order.”

Note from a reader (July 19):

The Grand Orient of Ireland operates 3 Lodges, 2 are “blue Lodges ” Tricolour No.1, Wolfe Tone No. 3 and 1 ” red Lodge” Keystone No 5, which is a Mark Lodge. All Lodges meet on a regular basis in Cork and Kerry,

And another reader (April 20):

Only Wolfe Tone lodge is working but seems to be inactive.
The Grand Orient of Ireland has split off from the Grand Masonic Orient of Ireland after a coup organised by a few members but shows no knowledge of Freemasonry.
The Grand Masonic Orient of Ireland is about to be reorganised again.



Ireland
also has a “pioneer lodge” of Le Droit Humain named after the Irish woman that was initiated in the 18th century Elisabeth Saint Leger. I have not been able to find out where the lodge meets.

(LDH is member of Clipsas)

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