Set All Afire: A Novel of St. Francis Xavier by Louis de WohlSaint Francis Xaviers life is, in itself, a dramatic story. With humility and deep religious conviction, the famous Catholic novelist Louis de Wohl takes us into the mind and heart of this great missionary and saint who went by order of St. Ignatius of Loyola to set all afire in the Orient. Louis de Wohl captivates the reader as he follows Xaviers life from student days in Paris, through his meeting with Ignatius, his rather reluctant conversion, and his travels as one of the first Jesuits. The story takes the reader from Europe to Goa, India, Malaysia, Japan, and finally, to an island off the coast of China, where the exiled Xavier dies virtually alone. The book captures the dramatic struggles and inspiring zeal of this remarkable saint, giving at the same time an enthralling picture of the age in which he lived.
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Mr. Xavier Mystery
It also showed that Mr. Xavier had had a heart attack by an overdose of poison in his Solving a Mystery —. The Death of Mr. Xavier Upon arriving at the scene, you are told that the servants found Mr. Xavier dead in his home early this. Xavier died. The chef's brother murdered Mr.
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