Since Sigmund Freud’s characterization of religion as a “mass-delusion” nearly 100 years ago, mental health professionals and scientists have eschewed the spiritual realm. As a result, we ignore potential spiritual solutions to our mental health crisis, even when our well-being is worse than ever before. The study also revealed key opportunities in patient care, particularly for younger and seemingly secular patients. This surprising finding suggests that secular clinicians may be particularly effective in providing spiritual treatment. It remains to be seen whether God can solve our mental health crisis.