Back to Directory

Christina McRorie

United States
Institution Boston College
Position Associate Professor of Moral Theology
Email Address mcroriec@bc.edu
University Profile Website URL
Recent Publications
  • “Catholic Social Thought and Reparations,” in Reparations and the Theological Disciplines: Prophetic Voices for Remembrance, Reckoning, and Repair, edited by Michael Barram, Drew Hart, Gimbaya Kettering, and Michael Rhodes. Lexington Books (2023).
  • “The Anthropology of Liberalism: Smith and Us,” Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, Volume 41A, special issue on “Religion, the Scottish Enlightenment, and the Rise of Liberalism.” Emerald Publishing (2023).
  • “Markets as Moral Contexts: An Account Based in Catholic Theological Anthropology,” in Democracy, Religion, and Commerce: Private Markets and the Public Regulation of Religion, edited by Nathan Oman and Kathleen Flake. Routledge (2023).
  • “Moral Reasoning in ‘the World,’” Theological Studies 82.2 (2021).
  • “Liberation Theology and Development Economics: Unlikely Allies?” (with Annette Davis) Faith & Economics 78 (2021).
  • “Did the Catholic Church Change its Mind on Usury? Yes, and No,” in Churches and Moral Discernment, Volume 2: Learning From History. Faith and Order Paper 229, World Council of Churches Publications (2021).
  • “Property, Capitalism, and Economics,” in T&T Clark Handbook of Christian Ethics, edited by Tobias Winright. Bloomsbury (2021).
  • “Property and Ownership,” in The Routledge Handbook of Economic Theology, edited by Stefan Schwarzkopf. Routledge (2020).
  • “Heterodox Economics, Social Ethics, and Inequality: New Tools for Thinking Critically about Markets and Economic Injustices,” Journal of Religious Ethics 47.2 (2019).
  • “Is Capitalism Compatible with Christianity?” Essay on Kathryn Tanner’s Christianity and the New Spirit of Capitalism, in Marginalia: Los Angeles Review of Books (November 2019).
Professional Activities and Affiliations
  • Visiting Research Fellow, Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture at the University of Virginia, 2020
  • Catholic Theological Society of America
  • Society of Christian Ethics
  • American Academy of Religion