(Response of Redemptorist Brother Karl Gaspar Philippines on receiving the Pro Deo Et Patria award at the Ateneo de Zamboanga University on 21 August 2018. The award was bestowed on Gaspar for his “commitment to missionary work and service to God,” his “outstanding and excellent service and generosity of life on behalf of others.”) Fr. […]
(Speech delivered by Datu Bago awardee, Brother Karl Gaspar, on behalf of the seven Datu Bago awardees Mandaya Hotel, Davao City, 13 March 2018) Honorable, Sara Z. Duterte, Mayor of Davao City, Distinguished members of the diplomatic corps, Members of the Sangguniang Panglungsod of Davao City, Members of the Datu Bago Awardees Organization, Inc., My […]
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DAVAO CITY (MindaNews / 26 February) — Redemptorist Brother Carlito “Karl” M. Gaspar — church worker, anthropologist, artist, professor, and the most prolific Mindanawon book author — is among seven Dabawenyos who will be conferred this year’s Datu Bago Award, the highest honor the Davao City government bestows on its constituents. On Monday, the Datu […]
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DAVAO CITY (MindaNews / 16 Sept) — The most prolific Mindanawon book author — at least 20 since 1985 — is this year’s recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Asian Catholic Communicators, Inc. (ACCI), the first of three awards he will be receiving from different Catholic institutions in a month. Redemptorist Brother Carlito […]
Redemptorist Brother Karl Gaspar greets friends awaiting his signature on the author’s page of “A Hundred Years of Solitude,” his latest book launched at the Ateneo de Davao University’s Finster Auditorium on Saturday, 04 February 2017. The first Mindanao book launched this year, “A Hundred Years…” is a “deeply personal” account of Gaspar as he celebrates […]
DAVAO CITY (MindaNews/16 February) — They were in their 20s and 30s then, these church and social development workers of the turbulent 1970s. And they worked in different offices in… »