Grand Masters from Chile and Peru share Masonic principles with students from San Fernando College

On the occasion, the educational community was able to share with the Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Chile, Sebastián Jans Pérez; and the Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons of Peru, Carlos Tejeda Rojas.

Two illustrious visitors arrived at the San Fernando College these days to participate in a discussion about “Freemasonry and Secular Education” and its Impact on Teaching, which was aimed at the students of both campuses of the establishment. educational (Valdivia Headquarters and Olegario Lazo Headquarters).

They were the Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Chile, Sebastián Jans Pérez, and the Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons of Peru, Carlos Tejeda Rojas; who intervened with the educational community, in this activity framed in the 40th anniversary of San Fernando College.

The day began with a welcome ceremony, in which they were presented with various recognitions by the supporter, the Association for the Protection of Minors (APM), and the Management Team of the establishment, and then continued with an interesting conversation where the students They were able to clarify doubts about Freemasonry, its principles and the values ​​that support it.

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The activity also had the presence of the Jurisdictional Delegate of the Grand Master, Fernando Palominos Rodríguez; the Venerable Master of the Respectable Colchagua Lodge N°28, Jaime Cornejo Parraguez; the president of the Association for the Protection of Minors (APM), Martín Vergara Miranda; APM directors, the Educational Manager of the same entity, Octavio García Saldaña; the Rector Antonio Rojas Heinz, the Vice Rector Sebastián Navarro Rojas, members of the Management Team and Student Center of the Valdivia Campus and Olegario Lazo Campus, and the General Center for Parents and Guardians.

“As an educational community we are grateful for these two illustrious visitors who came to our establishment, who were able to enjoy a great day meeting with the students, beginning with a solemn ceremony and then continuing with a discussion where very interesting topics about Freemasonry were discussed,” stated the Rector of San Fernando College, Antonio Rojas Heinz.

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