James Harrington, a British journalist, considers himself an agnostic and a skeptic, and his wife, also a journalist, is an ardent atheist. They were surprised to discover that their oldest daughter believes in God and wants to be baptized in the Catholic Church. The seed of faith was likely planted when they sent her to a Catholic school while living in southwest France. They chose the school not for the religion but for the quality of education. The parents have supported their daughter, who “had the courage of her convictions to say to both of us, to our faces and again in front of the priest, that our worldview isn’t enough for her,” Harrington said (Guardian, January 14).