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The Quiet Flame

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The Quiet Flame by Eva K. Betz is a beautifully written novel that explores themes of love, loss, and resilience. The story follows the journey of the main character as she navigates the complexities of life, facing challenges and heartbreak along the way.

Betz's prose is elegant and evocative, capturing the emotions of the characters with depth and sensitivity. The characters are well-developed and relatable, drawing the reader into their world and keeping them engaged from start to finish.

The Quiet Flame is a thought-provoking and poignant read that will stay with you long after you turn the last page. Betz's storytelling is both mesmerizing and powerful, making this book a must-read for fans of literary fiction. Highly recommended.

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“You will never be a leper nor will any Sister of our Order.”

The amazing promise was made by Mother Marianne of Molokai, the “Quiet Flame” of the this title who, as a Sister of St. Francis , spent 30 years on that island helping lepers during and after the time of Father Damien.

Mother was speaking to a young nun, and she spoke the truth. Not one of the Sisters ever did contract the disease, a notable fact considering the tender care they fostered on the lepers.

This story of this good nun, was written by the author of a number of Catholic biographies and fiction books for children.

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