About CMI


The Inter-American Masonic Confederation (CMI), founded on April 14, 1947, is a non-profit organization that brings together 94 Grand Lodges, admitted as members and distributed in 26 countries in South, Central and North America , Caribbean and Europe.

The CMI promotes an innovative institutional model through the integration of Ibero-American Freemasonry and, by extension, Universal Freemasonry, with the objective of developing all the existing potential in an organization that has almost half a million members that, through the exchange of ideas, activities, principles, concerns and experiences, that is, their way of seeing and understanding the world, seek to enrich the thinking of humanity and its cultures.

Understanding the profound changes that are taking place in the world, with processes that are changing the form of relationships, overcoming cultural and geographic barriers, changes that ignore all paradigms and build new ways to understand the growing social needs and human visions; in this context, it is imperative to adapt the work tools of the Confederate Grand Lodges to new information technologies, adapting its operating processes to the current systems and encouraging the participation of all its members in a collaborative environment, to achieve tangible results for the benefit of the Freemason, his family and the society of which he is a part. And this is the commitment of the Inter-American Masonic Confederation – CMI.