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Stephen Adubato studied moral theology at Seton Hall University and currently teaches religion and philosophy at St. Benedict’s Prep in Newark, N.J.
In a still taken from “Unguarded” (© Camino NYC Productions), courtesy of its director of photography Bruno Tiezzi, a “recuperando,” for “those in recovery,” stands before the entrance to the prison, over which hangs the APAC slogan: “Here enters the person, the crime stays outside.”
Politics & SocietyDispatches
Stephen G. Adubato
Criminals “are not dangerous people. They are only people who are not sufficiently loved.”
FaithFeatures
Stephen G. Adubato
Students of all backgrounds choose to attend this thriving Catholic high school imbued with the stability and spirit of the monks who founded it.
Arts & CultureIdeas
Stephen G. Adubato
The enchanted universe that Romeo alludes to is full of unpredictability and surprises.
Arts & CultureMusic
Stephen G. Adubato
Reggaeton speaks to me of God, in part because it awakened in me the tensions and longings of simply being human.
FaithInterviews
Stephen G. Adubato
‘No political party is perfect. I keep saying that no matter who’s in the White House come Nov. 3, Jesus Christ is still on the throne.’
Michael Cimino as Victor Salazar in ‘Love, Victor’ on Hulu (photo: Hulu).
Arts & CultureTelevision
Stephen G. Adubato
“Love, Victor” raises important questions about how same-sex desire is construed across religious and ethnic divides.
James Baldwin was the author of The Fire Next Time among other works. He died in 1987 (Photo Credit: Dan Budnik)
Arts & CultureIdeas
Stephen G. Adubato
Baldwin’s words explore what hatred can do not only to society at large but to the individual who bears it.