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As Sarah's research and visions reveal the cause of evil in the Church and Simon's reporting exposes the depth of the sexual abuse scandals surrounding the Vatican, the two form an alliance with an ex-lover of both Simon and Armando, Claudia, who describes secret priestly power rituals going on in Vatican City.
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Critique: Impressively well written from beginning to end, "Revelations of the Ruby Crystal" is a thoroughly engaging and unfailingly entertaining read.
Refusing to believe what many tell her-that the cancer was all part of "God's plan" - she finds solace in journaling and begins a discussion with her grandfather, a university professor specializing in philosophy of religion.
Through her experiences and writing about them, the student discovers that she may be a person of faith after all -- just not in the way she expected.
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