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"A Catholic Life" reviews the Campion Hymnal
published 10 December 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

951 Latin M A blog specializing in catechetical resources has published this favorable review. Here’s an excerpt:

ACH AND EVERY DAY countless books are sold in the world and new books are being published for the first time. With the advent of Lulu.com and other self-publishing platforms, there are thousands of books introduced into the world each year. For a Catholic trying to navigate the narrow road, he will find many books that are neither beautiful nor spiritually enriching. And once in a while he will find a book that is either very beautifully designed or one that is truly spiritually enriching and enduring. It is a gem to find a book that has both characteristics. I’m glad that I have found such a one in the St. Edmund Campion Missal.


*   This is a review of the 1st Edition.