Welcome to the Dr. Charles A. Sankey Lecture Series

Charles A. SankeyThis annual lecture series is named in honour of R.W. Bro. Charles A. Sankey (1905 – 2009) and is part of the partnership between the Grand Lodge of Canada in the Province of Ontario and Brock University.

The partnership established between the Grand Lodge and Brock University, St. Catharines, has proven most productive and mutually beneficial to both educational institutions. Its beginning was with the initiative of the Heritage Lodge No. 730 to support and maintain the Masonic collection in the James A. Gibson Library, and continuing with the posting on line of the Proceedings of Grand Lodge from 1855 to 2010.

Dr. Sankey served as Chancellor of Brock University from 1969 to 1974. A renowned Masonic scholar, he was active in all the concordant bodies of Masonry including the Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite, the Royal Order of Scotland, and Royal Arch Masons. His extensive collection of rare Masonic books and papers is in the Special Collections of the James Gibson Library at Brock, providing a rich resource for research scholars and students.the Masonic collection in the James A. Gibson Library, and continuing with the posting online of the Proceedings of Grand Lodge from 1855 to 2010.

2018 SANKEY LECTURE (CANCELLED)

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: The Sankey Lecture is cancelled for Sunday, April 15.

The reason is the forecasted ice storm: https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/alerts/high-alert/ontario/st-catharines

We thank you all for your interest in the Sankey Lecture and Brock University!

NOTE: We plan to reschedule William Moore’s Lecture for September or October, and we hope we will be able to welcome you all to Brock University to hear him then!

We will send around more details about upcoming events related to the Lecture Series as soon as we have details.

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