That's simply not true--and no less than Fr. Fessio, the Jesuit founder of Ignatius Press, and a well-known student of one Mgr. Jos. Ratzinger (now known as Benedict XVI) is also involved in the correspondence on the post.
Brian goes on to opine:
I would say that particular aspects of the divine nature of interpreted truth within the Catholic Church lend themselves to oppose socialism even moreso than others - especially with regard to individually ascertained, self-appointed truthseekers (zing!) who wish to remake society, change society in one’s own image. Fundamentally, it all goes back to Whittaker Chambers discussion of the great faith of mankind and then the second great faith of mankind. (Ok, I won’t quote Chambers).
On the other hand, Ignatius Press just published a book by Lucy Beckett, In the Light of Christ, and we find her quoting St. Augustine (c. 400AD):
As it arises on the foundation of nature, power is primarily self-affirmation, whether it be the affirmation of an individual, a group, or a people; and it involves the overpowering and subjugation of others...Where it prevails by means of oppression, thinking that it alone is right--whether on the basis of the theory that "might is right" or of the ideology that says that a race or class must assert itself with all available means, because it represents some peerless good, some quasi-absolute in the sphere of the relative--it has become demonic.