ROGIĆ - if he had two surnames, may have been the family nickname or acquired through marrying into another family. ROGIĆ family was also Ethnic Serbian and Eastern Orthodox in the area and is in the vital records of the Serbian Orthodox Church.
According to the Privrednik database, one STEVAN ŽIGIĆ, son of ILIJA, born appr. 1893 (+/- 5 years) was in 1903. sent to be an apprentice with blacksmith in BABIN POTOK.
That family lived in BJELOPOLJE, number 134.
-church vital records:
Locating the parish of origin when it comes to ethnic Serbs from Croatia has nothing to do with locating the closest church that still exists . The parish someone suggested is the wrong parish, and one must actually bother to check the schematism of the Serbian Orthodox church for the accurate period information on all villages this family lived in the area, as well as parishes that they belonged to to be able to provide relevant research direction.
The parish that needs to be researched in your case is BJELOPOLJE parish, to which households listed under TUK or BJELOPOLJE belonged.
LDS has only one fragment on microfilms:https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/show?uri=http%3A...
The state historical archive in Karlovac has the ones for the period you need.
You should also research the WWII victims census and records, if that is the household of origin of the STEVAN ŽIGIĆ you are researching.
Serbian Genealogy Society SGS "Rodoslovlje"http://www.rodoslovlje.com/en