The Church is in a cold civil war that is rapidly heating up over the child abuse scandal, with figures (in the US at least) such as Archbishop Chaput, Archbishop Vigano, Pope Emeritus Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI and Archbishop Cordileone on one side, and figures such as Pope Francis, Cardinal Wuerl, former-Cardinal McCarrick, and Archbishop Cupich on the other. So it's split between traditionalists and modernists at the moment.
My school of thought is most accurately reflected through the societies within the church which are more traditional, such as the FSSP, the SSPX, discalced Carmelite nuns, and certain Benedictine monks. It's typically associate with the old Latin liturgy, anti-capitalism, and subsidiary corporatism (not having to do with corporations at all, just the same Latin root for 'body'). As for thinkers that I agree with, look to Hilaire Belloc, G. K. Chesterton, Joseph d'Maistre, etc. It's a bigger tent politically, but we all agree on what the ultimate aims of society should be and on the fact that capitalism, communism, and the more typical 'fascisms' are all bad.