Thomas Storck

Thomas Storck has written widely on issues relating to Catholic social teaching and Catholic culture.  His latest book is An Economics of Justice and Charity (Angelico Press, 2017). An archive of Mr. Storck’s articles can be found on his web site and some of his articles can also be found at The Distributist Review and Ethika Politika


Catholic Social Doctrine: An Introduction

Catholic Social Doctrine: From the Beginning through Leo XIII

Catholic Social Doctrine: St. Pius X through Pius XI

Catholic Social Doctrine: Pius XI

Catholic Social Doctrine: From Pius XII Through Paul VI

Catholic Social Doctrine: St. John Paul II, Laborem Exercens

Catholic Social Doctrine: St. John Paul II, Sollicitudo Rei Socialis

Catholic Social Doctrine: St. John Paul II, Centesimus Annus

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Economic Law and Catholic Social Doctrine

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Distributism or Capitalism: Two Ways to Work
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Distributism and Labor Unions

Catholic Social Teaching and Conventional Economics

Owners vs. Workers: An Eternal Law of Nature?

Futures Markets and the Absurdity of Capitalism 

What is the purpose of our economic activity?

Why Unemployment is a Pseudoproblem
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Distributism and Capitalism: Some Contrasting Features
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Selling Out: Perils of Capitalist Small Business

Is Private Property an Evil?

George Weigel – Yet Again

What Is Happening?

Continuing a Legacy of Dissent

A New Coca-Colonization?

George Weigel Shifts the Goalposts

Distributism: the Better Alternative to Capitalism and Socialism?
A Conversation with Thomas Storck
by Catholic News Agency, Germany

That Old Time Religion

What is an embedded economy?

Payday Lending

Consumer Choice and Society

Expand Your Business, Increase Your Income!

On the Foundations of Distributism: Property, Family, Politics, Economy

Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4

A Road Not Taken

Is Distributism Socialism?

Our Usurious Economy

Real and Ideal in Catholic Social Doctrine

CAPITALISM: the Concept and the Reality