Otros poetas en este grupo vanguardista [incluyen] Gilbert Luis Centina III, ganador del Premio Palanca en inglés, y...influido por la escuela surrealista.
La Poesía Hispanofilipina
Además del castellano, estos poetas escriben en otros idiomas y en distintos estilos y temas--del verso libre y prosaico, a las métricas tradicionales de temas surrealistas, dadaístas y de protesta, a temas realistas, religiosos y serenos. Escriben en el estilo vanguardista, pero vuelven a los clásicos catellanos: `Quevedo, Góngora, Santa Teresa de Jesús...y Garcilaso de la Vega.
Una Perspectiva Histórica de la Poesía Hispanofilipina
Los que más se definen en este grupo de vanguardistas filipinos son Federico Espino Licsí, Guillermo Gómez Rivera, Ángel Estrada, Edmundo Farolán, G. Burce Bunao, y Gilbert Luis Centina III.
Alma Mater Considers Author One of the Philippines' Top Writers
The country’s top writers, artists and media leaders have been editors and staffers of the Varsitarian: National Artists Bienvenido Lumbera, F. Sionil Jose...Celso Carunungan, Teodoro Valencia...Cirilo Bautista, Ophelia Dimalanta, Federico Licsi Espino...Fr. Gilbert Centina, O.S.A...and countless others.
'Absolution in the City', The New York Times
Around midnight Friday, the Rev. Gilbert Luis R. Centina III appeared outside his church in East Harlem, long past the office hours posted on the rectory door, asking people if they wanted to come in and confess their sins.
'New Way to Support Old Church', The New York Times
Father Centina was..showing off a number of blueprints detailing the construction of the new foundation. “These plans are great,” he said, “but the real foundation of any church is its parishioners. Many of the people who used to live here have moved on and done better for themselves, but I thank God that they have not forgotten where they came from.”
Changes in Religious Identification
On March 9, the paper returned to the theme of confession, this time with a home town example. The article spoke about the efforts of Father Gilbert Luis Centina, who in his church in East Harlem is opening up for confessions throughout the night.
Course Syllabus in Philippine Literature in English
VII. Contemporary Period
i. “Elegy” by Fr. Gilbert Luis R. Centina, OSA
ii. “Dishes” by Conchitina Cruz
iii. “Among the Fountains of Villa d’Este” by Cirilo Bautista....
Well Known and Respected for His Poetry
When he was recalled by his religious superiors to head the Augustinian house in Neguri, Bilbao, Spain, Rev. Angel S. Dulanto O.S.A., succeeded him. Late in 2006 Rev. Gilbert Luis R. Centina III, O.S.A then became the next pastor. Gilbert Centina, O.S.A. is well known and respected for his poetry.
Rubrics and Runes 'Unmasks Cassocked Hypocrites'
Rubrics and Runes is the fourth book he has released this year, the most productive span so far in his entire literary career. Critics have described Gilbert Luis R. Centina III as “a leading Christian voice in contemporary literature." His works have been included in Philippine high school and college textbooks....
'St. Augustine's Literary Genius in Fr. Gilbert's Works', Philippine Daily Star
It is important to note…that those to whom Augustine bequeathed the Augustinian cultural heritage have moved on to enrich life. Augustine's literary genius has been noted in the works of Fray Luis de Leon, O.S.A., a truly renaissance Augustinian, and of Palanca laureate, Fray Gilbert Luis Centina, O.S.A., to name a few.
Archbishop Welcomes Publication of Rubrics and Runes
Even though he has not yet read the book, the outspoken retired Archbishop Oscar Cruz said he does not see anything wrong with Gilbert Luis R. Centina's choice to write about the wrongdoings committed by his fellow men of cloth-- albeit as fiction.
Paco of the Ermita School
...Gilbert Luis R. Centina III stated in his article Paco from the Ermita School: “His lines are impressionistic expressionist, representational. His colors are burst of green, orange, blue and brown, his signature is Paco, simply, but his name is Francisco Gorospe Sy - painter of brilliance - from the Ermita School.”
'Top Varsitarian Alumni', The Philippine Daily Inquirer
There are not only top Varsitarian alumni in the Dominican Order but in other religious Orders as well such as Jesuit Fr. Albert Alejo and Augustinian Fray Gilbert Luis Centina.
'Sad, Labored Steps to Church That Is No More', New York Daily News
Father Gilbert Luis Centina appeared and dipped the tip of his thumb into a silver dish. He applied the black ash to Amaro's forehead, uttering the ritual reminder of what it symbolized. "Remember, Man is dust, and unto dust you shall return."