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Old Jun 11, '12, 9:28 am
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FYI - The company Corpus Christi Watershed is going to be publishing a new Missal, calling it the St. Edmund Campion Missal. According to the publicity material, it will have two versions of the EF Mass, all eighteen Gregorian chant Masses and six versions of the Credo in Gregorian chant notation, more than 100 full color photographs made possible by priests and seminarians from the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, a “hymn section” made up of only the very best, most beautiful, traditional hymns, the Stations of the Cross (St. Alphonsus Liguori), literal translations, has 100+ color pages, fits in your pew holder, is easy to follow, and uses a large & legible font.

Here is a link to get the full description, as well as many downloadable color photos, which were taken in several of the most beautiful churches in Europe, using all vestments used over 200 years old:
http://www.ccwatershed.org/Campion/

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Old Jun 11, '12, 10:50 am
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Thanks for the info!

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Old Jun 11, '12, 12:46 pm
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Default Re: New St. Edmund Campion Missal

I think every trad must be super excited about this missal, because there were already two threads that were merged on this.

http://forums.catholic.com/showthrea...ight=EF+missal


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FYI - The company Corpus Christi Watershed is going to be publishing a new Missal, calling it the St. Edmund Campion Missal. According to the publicity material, it will have two versions of the EF Mass, all eighteen Gregorian chant Masses and six versions of the Credo in Gregorian chant notation, more than 100 full color photographs made possible by priests and seminarians from the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, a “hymn section” made up of only the very best, most beautiful, traditional hymns, the Stations of the Cross (St. Alphonsus Liguori), literal translations, has 100+ color pages, fits in your pew holder, is easy to follow, and uses a large & legible font.

Here is a link to get the full description, as well as many downloadable color photos, which were taken in several of the most beautiful churches in Europe, using all vestments used over 200 years old:
http://www.ccwatershed.org/Campion/

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Old Jun 11, '12, 7:23 pm
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Default Re: New St. Edmund Campion Missal

Ya, my "want one's" are winning out. Think I'll order one very soon.
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Old Jun 12, '12, 7:37 am
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This is amazing! Congrats. Long live the Extraordinary Form.
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The new missals are in -- check them out:



http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=N5TjEbh4Tq4

Our Latin Mass community bought a box of them, they are just beautiful. Well done CCW~
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Default Re: New St. Edmund Campion Missal

What a conicidence. St. Edmund Campion is a Jesuit martyr.

The missale released during the pontificate of a Jesuit Pope.
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What a conicidence. St. Edmund Campion is a Jesuit martyr.

The missale released during the pontificate of a Jesuit Pope.
Actually, it was released before we had a Jesuit Pope. I think it was prior to Benedict XVI resigning.
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