Campigny, Charles Benoit De

Campigny, Charles Benoit De, a French Celestine and afterwards Benedictine, was born at Orleans and in 1588 obtained a canonry in the cathedral of Bruges. He afterwards became superior of a religious house at Lyons,. and eventually entered the convent of St. Maur. He died in the monastery of the Blances Manteaux at Paris in 1634, leaving, Le Guidon de la Vie Spirituelle, and L'Anatophile aux Pieds du Roi (Paris, 1613). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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