Gabriel Award

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Documentarian Dennis Goulden being presented with a Gabriel Award.

The Gabriel Awards were started by the Catholic Academy for Communication Arts Professionals in 1965. They are designed to honor excellence in broadcasting.[1]

The single most important criterion of a Gabriel winning program is its ability to uplift and nourish the human spirit. Gabriel-worthy programs affirm the dignity of human beings, and recognize and uphold universally-recognized human values such as community, creativity, tolerance, justice, compassion and the dedication to excellence.

— Catholic Academy of Communication Professionals, The Gabriel Awards

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