Sally Read converted from atheism to Catholicism when her daughter, Flo, was four. Flo followed her closely on her journey to the Catholic Church and was aware that old friends and family did not share their beliefs. This consciousness of “two worlds” led to many questions in Flo and some rebellion. Sensing the precarious nature of faith in an overwhelmingly secular, Read, through meditation and anecdote, began writing down the compelling reasons for holding onto both God and Church. Taking the Annunciation as her template, she explores common experiences of the spiritual life. This book was inspired by a mother’s loving response to a daughter–but what has resulted is something that will speak to any believer engaged in the bliss and bewilderment of a relationship with God. Paper.