Hail, Christ!

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Overview:
Hail, Christ! Those who will live forever glorify and salute you!
The partnership between the medium Franciso Cândido Xavier and the spirit Emmanuel reveal the story of Quintus Varrus and Tacianus, two souls connected by many reincarnations, and who meet each other once again in the third century of Christianity in a region controlled by the Roman Empire. As an example of simplicity, trust, and love, the pioneers of the Good News devoted themselves to serving Christ, having as their sustenance only their powerful and unshakable faith. This is a moving story that shows how much true love can accomplish in its manifestations of solidarity on behalf of human individuals.
 
About the Authors:
Francisco de Paula Cândido Xavier, or affectionately "Chico" Xavier, was born on April 2, 1910 in Pedro Leopoldo, State of Minas Gerais, Brazil. He became recognized as the expressive worker of Spiritism through his mediumship as well as in the field of assistance, social, and spiritual promotion of human beings. Through psychography he published 409 books that have sold an estimated 25 million copies, the profits of which have all been channeled to charitable organizations. He discarnated on June 30, 2002.
 
Emmanuel (spirit)
 

From the Publisher:
Title: Hail, Christ!
Author(s): Francisco C. Xavier and Emmanuel (Spirit)
Language: English
Source: Translated material from the original edition
Translation: Amy Duncan, Darrel W. Kimble, and Márcia M. Saiz
Revision:
Publisher: Federação Espírita Brasileira (FEB) / International Spiritist Council (ISC)
Location: Brasília – DF, Brazil
Publication Date: January 1, 2013 (1st edition)
Number of pages: 372
ISBN(10): 85-7945-521-9
ISBN(13): 978-85-7945-521-6

Book size: (H×W×T) 8⅓” × 5½” × 1&#8542″ (21.1cm × 14.0cm × 2.3cm)
Print type: Black font on light tan background
Book format(s): Paperback only

Original Material:
Title: Ave Cristo!
Publisher: Federação Espírita Brasileira (FEB)
Location: Brasília – DF, Brazil
Publication Date: 1953
Language: Brazilian Portuguese