About Scientia Coronati
The Scientia Coronati Research Lodge No. 4 F.&A.M. is a Lodge of Masonic Research subordinate to the MWGrand Lodge of Arizona F.&A.M. and organized in accordance with Section 63.1 – 63.3 of the Constitution of the Grand Lodge.
Scientia Coronati was formed on March 22, 2007 AD, AL 6007. The Research Lodge operated under dispensation approval from the MWGrand Lodge of Arizona F.&A.M. in accordance with Arizona Masonic Code from January 24, 2008 AD, AL 6008 until a Research Lodge charter was granted on June 7, 2008 AD, AL 6008.
Seeking Further Light in Masonry
The name Scientia Coronati is from Latin meaning “knowledgeable crown” or “crown of knowledge”. Scientia Coronati Research Lodge is a Masonic entity formed for the purpose of education, research and informative discourse of Freemasonry.
Membership in Scientia Coronati is available to all master masons in good standing in a jurisdiction recognized by the
MWGrand Lodge of Arizona. There are two classes of membership: Contributing and Honorary.
- Contributing members are those members who participate in the work of the Lodge by crafting research papers. Contributing members have the right to hold elective office, vote, and ballot.
- Honorary membership is achieved by nomination and favorable ballot of the membership.
Annual Dues are currently twenty-five dollars (usd).
Applications for membership are available online. Click here to download the application form.
Scientia Coronati Research Lodge No. 4 meets four times a year at various Masonic Lodges in central and northern Arizona, USA. Meetings are scheduled on or about the solstices and equinoxes. Visitors are welcome at all Scientia Coronati meetings. Supper is customarily served prior to Lodge meetings. Please advise the Senior Steward of your expected attendance by clicking here. (business attire, coat and tie)
"Masonic Labor is purely a labor of love. He who seeks to draw Masonic wages in gold or silver will be disappointed. The wages of a Mason are earned and paid in their dealings with one another; sympathy begets sympathy, kindness begets kindness, helfulness begets helpfulness and these are the wages of a Mason." - Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790)