Here is another brief article on Cardinal Ouellet, from Whispers in the Loggia.

From the text:

As the appointment made Cardinal Marc Ouellet one of the Roman Curia’s “Big Three” and only served to further burnish a unique resume that’s taken the Quebecois from Communio articles to Latin American seminaries, a Roman professorship, prominent ecumenical posting and seven years at the helm of Canada’s oldest diocese, perhaps the immediate uptick of talk dubbing the Sulpician prelate a leading papabile would’ve been more conspicuous by its absence. Still, having capped his first year leading the “Thursday table” of the Congregation for Bishops with the move of a fellow member of the pontiff’s “kitchen cabinet” to the helm of Europe’s largest diocese, the media-friendly cardinal-prefect has gone on the record to address speculation of his odds in a potential Conclave, saying that, for him, being Pope “would be a nightmare.” (Go to the article).

Cardinal Ouellet’s articles in Communio:

Paradox and/or Supernatural Existential (1991) The New Catechism: An Event of the Faith (1994) Woe to Me If I Do Not Preach the Gospel (1994) The Mystery of Easter and the Culture of Death (1996) Priestly Ministry at the Service of Ecclesial Communion (1996) Jesus Christ, the One Savior of the World, Yesterday, Today, and Forever (1997) Covenantal Justice (2000) Mary and the Future of Ecumenism (2003) Theological Perspectives on Marriage (2004)

Read more about Cardinal Ouellet here. See a complete list of his articles here.