Hannah Riffe felt like she was good catholic but when she reached college she put almost everything having to do with the faith to the side. Her focal point became balancing a very high study level with a part-time job. When she went from being a straight A student to getting D's and F's, everything crashed. She was invited by a friend to go to Mass and there she realized, “I think what I need is God.” It was a turning point. She came to see that her identity was not in being great student but in being a child of God, and that put a whole new perspective on life.