Thomas Storck

Thomas Storck is a contributing editor of New Oxford Review and a member of the editorial board of The Chesterton Review and has been writing on Catholic social teaching and Catholic culture since the early 1980s. He received his undergraduate education at Kenyon College in Ohio and his MA from St. John’s College (Santa Fe). He has authored, translated, or edited nine books as well as numerous articles and contributions to collected volumes.


The Medieval Socio-Economic Order

The Church’s modern social doctrine was developed in response to the unprecedented cultural, social, economic, and technological changes that occurred in Europe starting in the sixteenth century, but which gained both speed and force with the technological developments of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Before then, mankind’s economic and even social life had rested mainly…