He says on marginalization

A moment in one of my articles from a former national leader of Tertiary Students Christian Fellowship in New Zealand, circa 2004, on the topic of “marginalization”: “I could tell you of depression and suicide among Kiwis (colloquial for New Zealanders), the tip of a fractured iceberg of alienation and isolation. In campus society they are strangers,” writes Matthew Scott. “Racial suspicion and antipathy is on the rise, particularly in the north. Individualism is still the majority creed in this country. The gospel opposes both with kaleidoscopic communities of the redeemed.”

Article (1)–Catholic

In this summary, of an article I wrote for Challenge Weekly in 2005, New Zealand Marist Brother Richard Dunleavy who had been in Rome for 13 years, explained how Pope Benedict XVI would fulfil his role as Pope. “I believe he is really ‘conservationist’ in regard to the truths of the Church as updated and described at Vatican II. His bases are natural law, scripture and authentic tradition,” said Brother Richard. Pope’s Benedict’s “depth of understanding of post-modern culture means that he will always be seeking to communicate with the secular world, especially in Europe, but never at the expense of the truths as he sees them.” Pope Benedict has since moved on as Pope, making way for the current Pope, Pope Francis.