Pierre-Marie Adam is the current Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of France. Elected at the Convent of 2018, Pierre-Marie Adam is 72, he was initiated into the Grand Lodge of France in 1983 in Maubeuge in the Lodge ‘Les Droits de L’Homme’. Elected three times to the Board of Directors of the obedience, he spent seven years as a member of the Federal Council, including five at the head of the Grand Duchy, especially as Grand Secretary for one year, Grand Orator for three years, then 1st Deputy Grand Master in 2017. Pierre-Marie Adam is a very active brother in the Grand Lodge of France since he was also a member of the Fraternal Jury.
In civilian life, Pierre-Marie Adam held the positions of Police Officer at the General Intelligence and then Security / Prevention Officer in the North and Director of Cabinet in Lorraine. Now retired, he continues to fulfill one-off missions for training organizations (CNFPT), the prison administration or the National Education (D.D.E.N). Pierre-Marie Adam will put aside the time of his mandate his various commitments to devote himself completely to the Grand Lodge of France and the many projects he wants to implement.
He intends to perpetuate the values of Tradition, Spirituality and Humanism which are the foundations of the Grand Lodge of France and he wishes that the Brothers can concentrate fully on the initiatory work in the Lodge. Finally, as he announced in his program, he calls on them to mobilize in the face of contemporary issues that he summarizes with the motto: “Go towards the Ideal and understand the reality”.
Grand Master’s Editorial
The Grande Loge de France, inheritors of three centuries of history and culture, is a Masonic Obedience based on the values of Tradition, Humanism and Spirituality.
This initiative, both individual and collective, proposes to the 34,000 brothers of the Grande Loge de France distributed in its 921 Lodges, a method of progression and improvement.
It is meant to be a source of light and hope for all who put spirituality and humanism (humanity) at the heart of their lives.
If Freemasonry begins in the Lodge, then its members become involved players; they are free and committed citizens who want to put into practice an ideal based on ethics.
Through its motto: “Liberté – Égalité – Fraternité “, the Grand Lodge of France addresses men of all origins, of all beliefs, of all sensitivities both politically and philosophically.