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Our century old lodges
Pilar Lodge No. 3
Chartered by the Grande Oriente Espanol as Logia Pilar No. 203 on June 5, 1894 in Imus, Cavite. One of its founders was a Roman Catholic priest, Rev Fr. Severo Buenaventura. General Emilio Aguinaldo, first president of the republic was made a mason in this lodge.
Logia Pilar affiliated with the American Grand Lodge of the Philippine Islands in 1917. In 2006 it joined the formation of the Independent Grand Lodge of the Philippine Islands.
Cavite Lodge No. 2
One of the three American lodges which formed the Grand Lodge of the Philippines in 1912. It was first chartered by the Grand Lodge of California on October 15, 1903. By joining the formation of the IGLPI in 2006, it has become the only Lodge to have formed two grand lodges in the Philippines.
Bagong Buhay Lodge N0. 4
This was the first lodge organized under the Gran Logia Regional de Filipinas of the Grande Oriente Espanol; chartered on August 11, 1907. Like Logia Pilar, it affiliated with GLPI in 1917 and was given the number 17. It joined the formation of the Independent Grand Lodge of the Philippine Islands in 2006 and re-chartered as Bagong Buhay Lodge No 4.