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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

Executive Director of Parishes and other Mission Agencies Commission and RAP Working Group member Stephen Harrison and Cathedral Events Manager Gerard Finn with the three interrelated dot paintings, which are currently installed in St John's Cathedral

Stunning Aboriginal dot paintings to travel around our Diocese

Three stunning interrelated Aboriginal dot paintings, representing our Diocesan Regions and commissioned by the Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group, are travelling individually around our Diocese and are being displayed as a reminder of our Christian call to Reconciliation



“Whenever one of her kids announced a plan for their life, be it to do with a course of study, a career change, the forming of a relationship or a relocation, my mum would ask us just one question, ‘Are you happy?’ For my mum, happiness was the greatest good; the measure of all things,” says The Very Rev’d Dr Peter Catt


A deacon, a dojo and a dentist

“The Rev’d Dr Ann Solari joined forces with a local martial arts dojo and dentist recently to collect supplies and monetary donations for people doing it tougher on our streets in the wake of the temporary closure of many emergency homeless outreach services,” says The Very Rev’d Dr Peter Catt from Resource Church St John’s Cathedral, who also offers helpful community engagement tips