Amy Welborn is a Catholic Blogger

Posted by Admin | April 12th, 2012

Amy Welborn was married to Michael Dubruiel before he died. Her husband was a well known Catholic author and blogger who died, quite suddenly, after collapsing on a treadmill at the local gym. He is sorely missed, both by Amy Welborn and by the Catholic blogosphere. Welborn wrote a book about dealing with the loss of her husband, which was called Wish You Were Here: Travels Through Loss and Hope.

Amy Welborn is a Catholic blogger and author, just as her husband was. Welborn was birthed in 1960 by her teacher, librarian, and artist mother and her political scientist father. It was from her mother’s side that the Catholic belief comes from.

Amy Welborn was raised all over the country. She lived in Indiana, Texas, Illinois, Kansas, Tennessee, Virginia, and Washington D.C. Finally, Welborn’s family settled down in Knoxville, Tennessee in 1973. Amy Welborn attended high school at the Knoxville Catholic High School and then majored in History at the University of Tennessee. After graduating, she went to Vanderbilt University and received an MA in Church history.

Amy Welborn became a teacher in Catholic Schools for several years, and then become Parish Director of Religious Education. She is, additionally, a columnist, author, writer, and blogger.

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