Author: Dr. Brian McCall

Professor McCall holds degrees from Yale (B.A., Summa Cum Laude), University of London (M.A. Fulbright Scholar), and University of Pennsylvania (J.D., Summa Cum Laude). He has taught law at the university level and in 2013 he was selected to hold the Orpha and Maurice Merrill Endowed Professorship of Law which became the Orpha and Maurice Chair in Law in 2019. He served as Associate Dean of Academics from 2014-2018.  He is the author of The Church and the Usurers: Unprofitable Lending for the Modern Economy (Sapientia Press), The Architecture of Law: Rebuilding Law in the Classical Tradition (University of Notre Dame Press), co-author of To Build the City of God: Living as Catholics in a Secular Age (Angelico Press) and editor of A Voice in the Wilderness: Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò on the Church, America, and the World (Angelico Press). In addition to his teaching and writing career Professor McCall serves as the Editor-in-Chief of Catholic Family News, a monthly traditionalist newspaper, and hosts a weekly news roundup from a Catholic perspective as well as conducting various interviews of Catholic leaders and authors.  He was the coordinator of the Oklahoma City SSPX chapel from 2010-2017 and is currently a member of St. Thomas More Church in Sanford, FL.  He has been married to Mrs. McCall since 1991 and they have six children, one of whom is expecting to be ordained in June 2022 and one daughter is trying a vocation with the Dominicans of Fanjeaux.