Amy Welborn is a Well known Figure

Posted by Admin | April 12th, 2012

Amy Welborn is a mother and she was a wife. Her husband, Michael Dubruiel, died recently while exercising on the treadmill at the local gym. She wrote a book about coping with the loss of her husband, it was entitled Wish You Were Here: Travels Through Loss and Hope. Welborn is a highly respected blogger on issues of importance to Catholics and to religious Christians generally. Amy Welborn seems to have a special talent for speaking to the concerns of Catholics.

There is a very large number of religious blogs out there on the Internet and many of them are a part of the Catholic blogosphere. In this sphere of influence, Amy Welborn is a well known figure. In 1960, Amy Welborn was born to a political scientist father who passed away in October of 2011. Welborn’s mother was a librarian, teacher, and artist who passed on her Catholicism to Amy Welborn.

Welborn grew up all over the U.S.–Indiana, Texas, Washington D.C., Illinois, Virginia, Kansas, and Tennessee. Amy’s family settled down in Knoxville, Tennessee in 1973. She attended Knoxville Catholic High School and then the University of Tennessee, majoring in History. She also attended Vanderbilt University, receiving an MA in Church History, writing her thesis on the changing role of women in 19th century Protestantism in America and how Scripture was used to justify the changing roles. Now she is a writer, author, and blogger. She is prolific, too, having published pamphlets, study guides, articles, devotionals, and nineteen books.

Additional Resources:

Amy Welborn :: Article on Corpsourcenet.com

Amy Welborn :: Listed on Internetpagebase.com

Amy Welborn :: Article on Professionaljournalonline.com

Amy Welborn :: Information on Profileleader.com

Amy Welborn :: Listed on Webpageprofiles.com