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... The Independent Orange Institution possesses 3 degrees - the Orange, Plain Purple and the highly ritualistic Royal Arch Purple ... The layout of the Independent Orange Institution degree system is outlined in the Independent Loyal Orange Institution 'candidate instruction' booklet which states "There are three degrees in ... Grand Lodge meetings." This degree, worked within the Independent Orange, is in essence the same as that employed by the Royal Arch Purple Chapter, although like any distinct organisation it has some slight differences ...
... For more details on this topic, see Orange Institution ... became active in explicitly anti-Catholic organizations such as the Orange Institution and the American Protective Association ... However, participation in the Orange Institution was never as large in the United States as it was in Canada ...
... The Orange Institution holds hundreds of parades throughout Northern Ireland every year ... Reformation Day is celebrated with the year's last major Orange parades ...
... The Orange Institution, better known as the Orange Order, is a Protestant fraternal organisation based in Northern Ireland ... Until the partition of Ireland, the Institution had lodges throughout Ireland although it was strongest in the North ... In the 20th century, the Institution went into sharp decline outside Northern Ireland and County Donegal ...
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