Rev. fr. Edgardo D. Alaurin, O.P., SThD, Regent of the College of Fine Arts and Design and faculty member of the Faculty of Sacred Theology launched on November 22, 2020 (Sunday) his new book, “Cargasus,” which tells the tale of a flying carabao who, with faith, helped the books characters overcome the forces of evil.
The launch, held at the Beato Angelico Gallery, was graced by Very Rev. fr. Napoleon B. Sipalay, Jr., O.P., Prior Provincial of the Dominican Province of the Philippines, Philosophy Acting Dean fr. Herminio V. Dagohoy, O.P., PhD, and CFAD Dean Mary Christie D. Que, MS.
During the same occasion, fr. Alaurin was able to explain the significance of art as “the universal language of the soul,” in a livestreamed episode of “Bridges,” a talk show hosted by the UST Alumni Association, Inc. and sponsored by CBRC.tv. fr. Alaurin joined UST AAI President Evelyn A. Songco, PhD and UST Arts and Letters Alumni Association President Henry Tenedero in the talk show.
CFAD Advertising Arts students have helped in promoting the book, through the official Cargasus Facebook page, click here.