Stephen G. Adubato

Stephen G. Adubato is a journalism fellow at COMPACT Magazine and a professor of philosophy in NYC. He is also the curator of the Cracks in Postmodernity blog, podcast, and magazine. Follow him on Twitter @stephengadubato

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Benedictine spirituality is not about changing the world. At least, not on purpose.

Young adult children of immigrants seek identity over assimilation

Don't skip to Catholicism's answers: First teach youth to ask philosophical questions

'Ramy' explores the issues we argue over, and offers us perspective

Looking for advice on masculinity? Try St. Joseph rather than Jordan Peterson

'Emo' reggaeton brings out longing and nostalgia in the musical genre

Netflix's 'Sintonia' and the Afrodiasporic roots of Brazilian funk

New York Encounter explores 'urge for the truth'

Do you think everyone at Latin Mass is an ideologue? You might be wrong.

Angie Cruz's 'Dominicana' echoes the sacramental imagination of Catholicism

Were some saints mentally ill, or holy, or both?

New speaker's bureau highlights Catholics of color

Author's personal witness against American dream is her call to radical neighborliness

What do Catholics say about the third-party presidential candidates?

James Baldwin, blindness and Hagia Sophia

Artist Erin McAtee's faith journey led to a place of encounter

Confessions of a 'Weird Catholic'