Spirituality has been viewed as an important factor in realizing an adequate quality of life. It is regarded as something that contributes to human flourishing, something that advances the quality of life. Generally speaking, millions of migrants all over the world left their homeland due to several factors. It can be economic, political, cultural or religious reasons. The Filipino migrants in the Netherlands come from a country where spirituality matters most. What happens to their search for a greener pasture and their spirituality in a highly secularized country? Thus, this book explores the role of spirituality in the lives of Filipino migrants in the Netherlands. It explores the complex relationship between spirituality and quality of life from a theoretical and an empirical perspective. Does spirituality help them in coping with the challenges and odd circumstances in a far-away land? Or is spirituality a kind of baggage that hinders them to achieve a better quality of life?