Loyola University Chicago

Department of Theology

Zaccary Haney




1st Year PhD Student 


Queer Theology, mysticism, phenomenology, Philosophy of Religion, theories and theologies of self


“When the Saints Go Marching In: Mapping the History of a Devotion through Cultural Need,” AiM: Liturgy Resources 50, no. 3 (Fall 2019)

“Knowing the Love of God: Catherine of Siena’s Interior Politics of Tranquility,” Oneing: An Alternative Orthodoxy 5, no. 2 (Fall 2017)


Academic Presentations:

"A Conversational Piece: Rome, Salus Populi Romani, and the Cult of Relics," AAR/SBL Upper Midwest Regional Meeting (Spring 2013)

"Gift of Humility, Fruit of Hospitality: Reforming Our Communities in Light of the Rule of St. Benedict," St. Norbert College Capstone Presentations (Spring 2013)

Retreat & Ministry Presentations:

“The Meaning of Palanca,” SEARCH Youth Retreat, Archdiocese of Santa Fe (Fall 2016)

Faith and Doubt: The Approach of St. Augustine in His Confessions, Santa María de la Vid Abbey Young Adult Ministry (Spring 2016)

“Who Do You Say That I Am?,” SEARCH Youth Retreat, Archdiocese of Santa Fe (Spring 2016)


Master of Arts in Religious Studies, University of Chicago Divinity School, 2015

Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies, St. Norbert College, 2013