Michael Rogers

Diocesan Archivist

Michael Rogers

About Michael -

Michael Rogers is the Diocesan Archivist and is based at the Records and Archives Centre, Church House, Brisbane. He has a Graduate Diploma in Archives Administration from the UNSW, and is a professional member of the Australian Society of Archivists.

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Articles by Michael

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Canon Ivor Church: more evolutionary than revolutionary

“During his time as Principal, he influenced the teaching and thinking of a number of graduates while ensuring that his views, more evolutionary than revolutionary, were heard through broader channels,” says Diocesan Archivist Michael Rogers on long-serving St Francis College Principal, The Rev’d Canon Ivor Church

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Church House: history and occupants

Diocesan Archivist Michael Rogers delves into the history of the various buildings historically known as ‘Church House’, and the buildings’ respective past and current occupants and roles in the life of our Diocese

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Registrar Gordon Gall

Diocesan Archivist Michael Rogers pays homage to our longest-serving Registrar, Gordon Gall, and his significant achievements during two World Wars and the Great Depression – achievements that our Diocesan community still benefits from today