Lismore, NSW - St Carthage's Cathedral Catholic

Denomination: Roman Catholic

Saint: Carthage

Address: 8 Leycester Street, Lismore, New South Wales, 2480

Architect: Herbert Wardell & Denning

Architectural Style: Gothic Revival

Traditional Owners: Widjabul people

Last Updated: 23/03/2024

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History and Architecture:

Bishop Jeremiah Doyle laid the foundation stone for the Lismore Cathedral in 1892. St Carthage's Cathedral was named after the Cathedral in Lismore, located in County Waterford, Dublin, Ireland.


This list may not contain every serving cleric, past or present, for this church.
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Years Name Annotation D.o.B D.o.D
2014 - Father Bing Monteagudo Administrator


The present Organ was built by J.E. Dodd, Adelaide in 1912. Partially electrified in 1963-64 by H.W. Jarrott of Brisbane. It had 3 manuals, 39 speaking stops, 11 couplers, tubular-pneumatic & electro-pneumatic action. Rebuilt in 1988 by Brown & Arkley of Sydney. It has 3 manuals, 47 speaking stops, 10 couplers, electro-pneumatic action.
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1. Organ Historical Trust of Australia with permission.