Adrian Walker

About Adrian Walker

Dr. Adrian Walker is a translator, writer and editor for the International Catholic Review, Communio. He has translated books by Pope Benedict XVI and Han Urs von Balthasar. Dr. Walker received his doctorate in philosophy at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome.

The Poverty of Liberal Economics

By |2018-11-23T21:31:19-05:00May 8th, 2016|

Today’s offering in our Timeless Essay series affords readers the opportunity to join Adrian Walker as he explores the incompatibility of liberal economics and Christianity. —W. Winston Elliott III, Publisher The poor, Jesus famously said, will always be with us. Jesus’ followers have often been accused of misusing these words of their Master as an [...]

Not Neutral: Technology and the “Theology of the Body”

By |2016-07-17T09:59:51-05:00October 29th, 2014|

Pope John Paul II’s “theology of the body” is becoming better and better known among ordinary Catholics, many of whom have found in it a way of connecting the central mysteries of the Christian faith—Trinity, Incarnation, and Eucharist—with their marriages, their bearing and rearing of children, and their sexuality. To such Catholics, the theology [...]

The Poverty of Liberal Economics

By |2016-08-12T06:45:29-05:00September 9th, 2013|Tags: |

The poor, Jesus famously said, will always be with us. Jesus’ followers have often been accused of misusing these words of their Master as an excuse to ignore the systemic causes of poverty. Christians, the charge runs, have preached private benevolence as a substitute for the more arduous, and more courageous, task of fighting [...]