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Michael Rogers

Diocesan Archivist

Michael Rogers

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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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Cathedral foundation stone: celebrating 120 years

“Hearing of the forthcoming visit to Australia by the then Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York (later King George V and Queen Mary), Bishop Webber arranged for the royal couple to attend the ceremonial laying of our Cathedral’s foundation stone,” says Diocesan Archivist Michael Rogers

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The history and origins of St Martin’s House and Pyrmont Private Hospital

“Today, St Martin’s House still serves a vital role for the Cathedral and our wider Diocesan community. Its role as a hospital ceased in 1971, and after much debate about its future, it was renovated and is now used as office space for our Archbishop, Regional Bishops and clergy and staff for the Cathedral and various Commissions. However, there are still some mysteries that my research is yet to solve,” says Diocesan Archivist Michael Rogers

Sculptor Voitre Marek working in his Adelaide studio in 1969 on a nativity scene (Published with permission of the National Archives of Australia)
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Parish records: Registers of Services, a sculptor and photographs

Diocesan Archivist Michael Rogers illustrates the value of Registers of Services, with a focus on famous sculptor Voitre Marek and St Alban’s, Cunnamulla, while also inviting parishes in our Diocese to take digital images of interiors and exteriors of their churches for submission to the Records and Archives Centre

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Eliza Tritton OBE

Diocesan Archivist Michael Rogers tells us about energetic philanthropist Eliza Tritton OBE who contributed much to our Diocese and to the wider Brisbane community