Terence Sweeney is a doctoral candidate in the Philosophy Department at Villanova University. He holds the Theology-Philosophy Fellowship. He works on Augustine and on philosophical theology in the Continental tradition. He is the theologian-in-residence at the Collegium Institute at the University of Pennsylvania and is editor-at-large at the Genealogies of Modernity Project.
- Terence Sweeney on brothers and sisters.
- Terence Sweeney on the thirst for justice.
- Terence Sweeney on what comes after the Benedict Option craze goes integralist.
- Terence Sweeney on retrieving sources and finding new ones.
- Terence Sweeney on empires and theft in Augustine and Bartolomé de Las Casas.
- Terence Sweeney on St. Peter's courage and denials.
- Terence Sweeney enlists Hannah Arendt to answer this question.
- Terence Sweeney reckons with Alan Jacobs's The Year of the Lord.
- Terence Sweeney, Villanova doctoral candidate in Philosophy, goes on pilgrimage with Geoffrey Chaucer.
- Terence Sweeney, Villanova doctoral candidate in Philosophy, shows how atheism can resposition belief.