I met the gentle Father Marc Ouellet decades ago at a symposium on Hans Urs von Balthasar (another co-founder of Communio). I thanked him for his wonderful writings in that same journal. Now you can read them, too. If the former Archbishop of Quebec is elected in the next conclave, you'll be familiar with his thought!
- Theological Perspectives on Marriage.
- Paradox and/or Supernatural Existential
- The New Catechism: An Event of the Faith
- 'Woe to Me If I Do Not Preach the Gospel.'
- The Mystery of Easter and the Culture of Death.
- Priestly Ministry at the Service of Ecclesial Communion.
- Jesus Christ, the One Savior of the World, Yesterday, Today, and Forever.
- Covenantal Justice.
- Mary and the Future of Ecumenism.
Angelo Scola is another presumed papabile I first encountered in the pages of Communio. I automatically associate him with Theology of the Body because of the theme of some of those articles; come to find out that in 1982 he was appointed professor at the John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family (founded by the TOB pope himself).
Some of Cardinal Scola's writings can be found linked to the Communio blog; others are in back issues of the journal (you can buy those precious back issues--at least the ones they still have on hand).
As if you didn't have enough Lenten reading to do! At any rate, who knows if one or the other sets of links might end up being particularly useful in the near future?