Originally Posted by simplyamason
Im sure you've already heard this but it bears repeating; No one or nothing is worshiped in a Masonic Lodge. The term Worshipful Master comes from an old English term, sometimes still used there today, which is a title of respect for someone in a position of authority.
It didn't bear repeating.
The title WORSHIPFUL MASTER is ODD/bizarre/weird no matter from where it is derived.
There are so many other ways to refer to someone to show respect and WORSHIPFUL MASTER, in my opinion, is at the end of the list and, in fact, shouldn't even be on the list.
Oh, those darn English and their titles.
Now run along.