Brother Miguel Campos was a joy to interview. I received a lot of great material from Brother Joseph Grabenstein in the Archives, and one article had the reaction of one woman who met him. She commented on his smile most of all. He greeted me right away with a big smile, and he smiled frequently throughout the interview. We were both feeling under the weather; I unfortunately did not know beforehand that he has Parkinson's Disease. But he kept smiling and opened his memory to me. We began with talking about his childhood in Cuba and when he entered the Christian Brothers, and continued with all the impressive things he's done for the Brothers. He never turned down a question, and when we left our first session, he encouraged me to ask more personal questions.
Campos, Miguel A. F.S.C. and Murphy, Katie, "Interview of Brother Miguel A. Campos, F.S.C." (2009). All Oral Histories. Paper 104.
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