Boygenius’ members have created music that resonates with themes of faith, doubt, and questioning from a variety of perspectives, and the group’s new album is no exception. Nate Cortas helps us explore the ways the trio search for meaning, and perhaps for God, in the album.
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Nate is a Jesuit scholastic living in the Bronx, NY and studying in the MA program in philosophy and society at Fordham University. Originally from Kentucky, he graduated from the University of Kentucky where he studied English and music. As a Jesuit, he has worked teaching conversational English, accompanying college students in campus ministry, and pitching in at local parishes wherever help is needed. He is into local music scenes, growing food, and comfortable silences. You can follow Nate on Twitter and Instagram @natecortas_sj.
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Spotify Wrapped: Your Annual Music Examen
The release of Spotify Wrapped every year has become an occasion for an informal examen of the past year. As you go through your most listened to songs, artists, and genres, what do they say about you? Does God speak to you through music? Nate Cortas, SJ, reflects on his own Spotify Wrapped and invites us all to do the same.
Bill McKibben: We must learn to “fit back inside creation”
In an exclusive interview, 350.org’s Bill McKibben offers worries, hopes, and his advice for getting through to tomorrow.
On His New Album Tyler Childers Brings Us Back to My Home Kentucky Church
Tyler Childers’ latest music release brought Nate back to his church days growing up in the pews with a hymnal in his hands.
Honk for Jesus, Save Your Soul: A hilarious, challenging mirror for people of faith
The new film Honk for Jesus, Save Your Soul offers a satirical look at how a church might atone, or fail to atone, for its transgressions.
The Earth Groans. Turn to the Sacred Heart.
Discouraged by the wounds in the everlasting hills of his home state, Nate trusts in the way the Sacred Heart of Jesus continues to labor even in the face of environmental catastrophe.