This ancient Greek tragedy cautions us of the power of broken promises. Our faith is a series of promises. How do we keep the faith when our promises appear to go unfulfilled?
All posts by Ty Wahlbrink, SJ
Ty lives in Bronx, NY where he attends Fordham University in the MA in Philosophy and Society program. A proud product of Cincinnati, Ohio, Ty is an economist whose journey to the Jesuits from the banking world started by encountering various Jesuits on Twitter. In his free time, you will find Ty on meandering long walks through the city, hiking in a state park, trying out a new recipe, or cheering on FC Cincinnati from wherever he finds himself. As a Jesuit, Ty has assisted in grade school and high school classrooms, presented workshops on the five love languages, and accompanied clients at community dining rooms—all the while sharing God's immense love for us.
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Return to the Classics: Plato’s Republic
We hear the word “justice” all the time. What does it actually mean? Plato’s Republic can help us question and understand this important concept.
Don’t Wait for Ghosts to Wake You Up. Advent is Here.
It’s called A Christmas Carol, but experiencing it anew this year, Ty thinks it might be more of an Advent story.
Soccer Brought Me Closer to My Brother. Imagine what the World Cup Could Do.
Reflecting on a fraternal love of soccer, Ty wonders what reconciling possibilities the world’s largest sporting event might have.
I Couldn’t Find God on My Twitter Feed. He Pulled Me Back into the Real World.
With *ALL THIS* going on, Ty struggled to find God on his newsfeed. In his first article, he shares how God turned him to his neighbors instead.