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Charlotte Was Both is the name of Amy Welborn's current blog. It is located here. From the blog's "about" page: Thanks for visiting. I've been blogging since 2001. This is my third blog and third blog ... discuss

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Here is a link to the audio of several interviews Amy Welborn has done over the years. From "Discerning Hearts," the interviews cover subjects ranging from Mary Magadalene to Flannery O'Connor to Pope ... discuss

Here is a link to the new book by Amy Welborn, Bambinelli Sunday, published by Franciscan Media. It's a Christmas book. From the publisher: Alessandro is staying with his grandparents, who run a small ... discuss

You can follow Amy Welborn on Pinterest here Boards include: Links related to Wish You Were Here Possible future travel destinations Recipes to try Recently attempted recipes Great vacation rentals Re ... discuss

An interview with Amy Welborn from the "Cheap Flights" website: Cheapflights: What’s your inspiration when choosing a destination? Amy Welborn: I want to go, um, everywhere, so choosing is both diff ... discuss

Amy Welborn's Wish You Were Here ... discuss

During 2009, Amy Welborn had a blog on Beliefnet. The blog is still there and you can read entries from those months. I have written before and will write more at length in the near future about how M ... discuss

An interview at the "Reading Catholic" website: Q. As I wrote in my review, “If you’ve been through the loss of someone dear, Wish You Were Here will just make sense….Your’re fine, and then yo ... discuss

Charlotte Was Both is the name of Amy Welborn's current blog. It is located here. From the blog's "about" page: Thanks for visiting. I've been blogging since 2001. This is my third blog and third blog ... discuss

Follow Amy Welborn on Pinterest here. ... discuss

Here's an old interview about The da Vinci Code. Q: What are the most important assertions about Christian origins that author Dan Brown makes in this novel? What seems to be disturbing people the mos ... discuss

During 2009, Amy Welborn had a blog on Beliefnet. The blog is still there and you can read entries from those months. I have written before and will write more at length in the near future about how M ... discuss

An interview with Amy Welborn from the "Cheap Flights" website: Cheapflights: What’s your inspiration when choosing a destination? Amy Welborn: I want to go, um, everywhere, so choosing is both diff ... discuss

Amy Welborn on Twitter ... discuss

You can follow me on Webstagram here. I'm still fairly fuzzy on the where and how, but Webstagram is a browser application through which you can see people's Instagram photos. Google+ ProfileRelated a ... discuss

During 2009, Amy Welborn had a blog on Beliefnet. The blog is still there and you can read entries from those months. I have written before and will write more at length in the near future about how M ... discuss

Follow Amy Welborn on Pinterest here. ... discuss

Here is a link to the new book by Amy Welborn, Bambinelli Sunday, published by Franciscan Media. It's a Christmas book. From the publisher: Alessandro is staying with his grandparents, who run a small ... discuss

Some recent books: Be Saints! published by Ignatius Press. Bambinelli Sunday published by Franciscan Media The "new" Stations of the Cross, published by Ave Maria Press. Amy Welborn's books at Barnes ... discuss

Here is a link to the new book by Amy Welborn, Bambinelli Sunday, published by Franciscan Media. It's a Christmas book. From the publisher: Alessandro is staying with his grandparents, who run a small ... discuss

Here is a link to the new book by Amy Welborn, Bambinelli Sunday, published by Franciscan Media. It's a Christmas book. From the publisher: Alessandro is staying with his grandparents, who run a small ... discuss

Charlotte Was Both is the name of Amy Welborn's current blog. It is located here. From the blog's "about" page: Thanks for visiting. I've been blogging since 2001. This is my third blog and third blog ... discuss

Here's an old interview about The da Vinci Code. Q: What are the most important assertions about Christian origins that author Dan Brown makes in this novel? What seems to be disturbing people the mos ... discuss

Amy Welborn on Twitter ... discuss

Presenting the material in an engaging, compelling and digestible way, author and blogger Amy Welborn tackled the writing of the Journal, which is has benefited greatly from her knowledge, understandi ... discuss

Books by Amy Welborn Here's a list of books I've written over the past few years. (Here's an author page at Our Sunday Visitor that has not only books but pamphlets, as well.) (The Ave Maria press pag ... discuss

Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh Note:This is another of those 540-word Liguorian pieces. Obviously, lots more could and should be said. Someday I'll do something a bit longer for OSV. For more Wa ... discuss

If you would like to follow Amy Welborn's current blog, Charlotte was Both, on Facebook, click here. It is not often that someone comes along who is both a true friend and a good writer. Charlotte was ... discuss

Amy Welborn ... discuss

Amy Welborn's Words We Pray ... discuss

Amy Welborn can be found on Goodreads, here. What Is Goodreads? Goodreads is the largest site for readers and book recommendations in the world. We have more than 7,600,000 members who have added more ... discuss

Amy Welborn on Twitter ... discuss

Amy Welborn ... discuss

Note:This piece is one of a series on great Catholic fiction writers that I penned for Ligourian Magazine several years ago. My word count limit was - get this - 540 words. Unbelievable. Well, it was ... discuss

Read more about it here. The monks raised their voices in hope at the end of each phrase, and then paused a great pause in between, letting the hope rise and then settle back into their hearts. My own ... discuss

Please go here for an audio interview with Amy Welborn about her book Wish You Were Here: Travels Through Loss and Hope. She spoke with Kris McGregor of Discerning Hearts and KVSS Radio. Related artic ... discuss

Amy Welborn is a contributor - five devotions per issue - to the Living Faith daily devotional quarterly. The webpage for Living Faith is here. Living Faith is a print publication - available in Spani ... discuss

You can follow Amy Welborn on Pinterest here Boards include: Links related to Wish You Were Here Possible future travel destinations Recipes to try Recently attempted recipes Great vacation rentals Re ... discuss

Follow Amy Welborn on Twitter here. Related articles Amy Welborn in Dappled Things Amy Welborn's Wish You Were Here Travel interview with Amy Welborn ... discuss

...this book is centered on Christ as the center of Pope Benedict’s thought and work as theologian and vocation as Pope. It seems to me that he is “proposing Jesus Christ” both to the world and ... discuss

An interview in the "Pentecost 2012" edition of Dappled Things about Wish You Were Here. DS: Something I personally enjoyed about the book is that it’s not presented as a neat, orderly journey throu ... discuss

Charlotte Was Both is the name of Amy Welborn's current blog. It is located here. From the blog's "about" page: Thanks for visiting. I've been blogging since 2001. This is my third blog and third blog ... discuss

Amy Welborn on Pinterest ... discuss

Amy Welborn's Words We Pray ... discuss

Charlotte Was Both is the name of Amy Welborn's current blog. It is located here. From the blog's "about" page: Thanks for visiting. I've been blogging since 2001. This is my third blog and third blog ... discuss

Amy Welborn ... discuss

Amy Welborn can be found on Goodreads, here. What Is Goodreads? Goodreads is the largest site for readers and book recommendations in the world. We have more than 7,600,000 members who have added more ... discuss

Catholic professor / writer audited after connecting the dots on Soros-funded fake Catholic groups, Catholics United and Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good:... And the plot thickens. Among the ... discuss

Another First Communion Gift list from Amy Welborn - this time from Amazon. Related articles Amy Welborn on Goodreads Mother's Day Gift ... discuss

Charlotte Was Both is the name of Amy Welborn's current blog. It is located here. From the blog's "about" page: Thanks for visiting. I've been blogging since 2001. This is my third blog and third blog ... discuss

Follow Amy Welborn on Twitter here. Related articles Amy Welborn in Dappled Things Amy Welborn's Wish You Were Here Travel interview with Amy Welborn ... discuss

Wish You Were Here is available for sale (from me) here - cost is 14.00, which includes shipping. Signed copies available. Related articles Amy Welborn in Dappled Things Amy Welborn's Wish You Were He ... discuss

Charlotte Was Both is the name of Amy Welborn's current blog. It is located here. From the blog's "about" page: Thanks for visiting. I've been blogging since 2001. This is my third blog and third blog ... discuss

Here are photos from the trip described in Wish You Were Here. The photos are divided according to chapter - that is, you can follow the trip via the photos. The photos are located on my travel blog c ... discuss

Amy Welborn can be found on Goodreads, here. What Is Goodreads? Goodreads is the largest site for readers and book recommendations in the world. We have more than 7,600,000 members who have added more ... discuss

Here are photos from the trip described in Wish You Were Here. The photos are divided according to chapter - that is, you can follow the trip via the photos. The photos are located on my travel blog c ... discuss

Charlotte Was Both is the name of Amy Welborn's current blog. It is located here. From the blog's "about" page: Thanks for visiting. I've been blogging since 2001. This is my third blog and third blog ... discuss

If you would like to follow Amy Welborn's current blog, Charlotte was Both, on Facebook, click here. It is not often that someone comes along who is both a true friend and a good writer. Charlotte was ... discuss

Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh Note:This is another of those 540-word Liguorian pieces. Obviously, lots more could and should be said. Someday I'll do something a bit longer for OSV. For more Wa ... discuss

Wish You Were Here is available for sale (from me) here - cost is 14.00, which includes shipping. Signed copies available. Related articles Amy Welborn in Dappled Things Amy Welborn's Wish You Were He ... discuss

Amy Welborn on Twitter ... discuss

Amy Welborn ... discuss

Follow Amy Welborn on Twitter here. Related articles Amy Welborn in Dappled Things Amy Welborn's Wish You Were Here Travel interview with Amy Welborn ... discuss

An interview with Amy Welborn from the "Cheap Flights" website: Cheapflights: What’s your inspiration when choosing a destination? Amy Welborn: I want to go, um, everywhere, so choosing is both diff ... discuss

You can follow Amy Welborn on Pinterest here Boards include: Links related to Wish You Were Here Possible future travel destinations Recipes to try Recently attempted recipes Great vacation rentals Re ... discuss

Charlotte Was Both is the name of Amy Welborn's current blog. It is located here. From the blog's "about" page: Thanks for visiting. I've been blogging since 2001. This is my third blog and third blog ... discuss

An interview with Amy Welborn from the "Cheap Flights" website: Cheapflights: What’s your inspiration when choosing a destination? Amy Welborn: I want to go, um, everywhere, so choosing is both diff ... discuss

...this book is centered on Christ as the center of Pope Benedict’s thought and work as theologian and vocation as Pope. It seems to me that he is “proposing Jesus Christ” both to the world and ... discuss

Here are photos from the trip described in Wish You Were Here. The photos are divided according to chapter - that is, you can follow the trip via the photos. The photos are located on my travel blog c ... discuss

Amy Welborn can be found on Goodreads, here. What Is Goodreads? Goodreads is the largest site for readers and book recommendations in the world. We have more than 7,600,000 members who have added more ... discuss

Amy Welborn is a contributor - five devotions per issue - to the Living Faith daily devotional quarterly. The webpage for Living Faith is here. Living Faith is a print publication - available in Spani ... discuss

An interview in the "Pentecost 2012" edition of Dappled Things about Wish You Were Here. DS: Something I personally enjoyed about the book is that it’s not presented as a neat, orderly journey throu ... discuss

Published by Image Catholic Books Reviews: Wish You Were Here is the story of Amy Welborn's trip to Sicily ...in the aftermath of her husband's sudden death. Her pitch-perfect prose moves seamlessly f ... discuss

You can follow Amy Welborn on Pinterest here Boards include: Links related to Wish You Were Here Possible future travel destinations Recipes to try Recently attempted recipes Great vacation rentals Re ... discuss

Excerpt from Chapter 2 of Prove It: Jesus I've Always Wondered... What Are the Basic Facts About Jesus? If you’re like a lot of young people I’ve known, there are a couple of aspects to this Jesus ... discuss

Excerpt from Chapter 1 of Prove It: Prayer I Don't Need to Pray... Because God's In My Heart All the Time Well, sure. God is with you constantly, and has been since the moment you were a darling littl ... discuss

Follow Amy Welborn on Twitter here. ... discuss

Please go here for an audio interview with Amy Welborn about her book Wish You Were Here: Travels Through Loss and Hope. She spoke with Kris McGregor of Discerning Hearts and KVSS Radio. Related artic ... discuss

An interview in the "Pentecost 2012" edition of Dappled Things about Wish You Were Here. DS: Something I personally enjoyed about the book is that it’s not presented as a neat, orderly journey throu ... discuss

An interview with Amy Welborn from the "Cheap Flights" website: Cheapflights: What’s your inspiration when choosing a destination? Amy Welborn: I want to go, um, everywhere, so choosing is both diff ... discuss

Published by Image Catholic Books Reviews: Wish You Were Here is the story of Amy Welborn's trip to Sicily ...in the aftermath of her husband's sudden death. Her pitch-perfect prose moves seamlessly f ... discuss

Excerpt from Chapter 2 of Prove It: Jesus I've Always Wondered... What Are the Basic Facts About Jesus? If you’re like a lot of young people I’ve known, there are a couple of aspects to this Jesus ... discuss

This "new" book is not exactly new, since it's US edition of a book originally published in the UK. It's Be Saints! An Invitation from Pope Benedict XVI. Originally published by the Catholic Truth Soc ... discuss

Amy Welborn's latest column at Headline Bistro can be found here. We are who we are: individual human beings, each with a unique, individual story, each with a soul of which we are acutely aware needs ... discuss

You can follow me on Webstagram here. I'm still fairly fuzzy on the where and how, but Webstagram is a browser application through which you can see people's Instagram photos. Google+ Profile ... discuss

You can follow Amy Welborn on Pinterest here Boards include: Links related to Wish You Were Here Possible future travel destinations Recipes to try Recently attempted recipes Great vacation rentals ... discuss

Charlotte Was Both is the name of Amy Welborn's current blog. It is located here. From the blog's "about" page: Thanks for visiting. I've been blogging since 2001. This is my third blog and third blog ... discuss

Amy Welborn's latest column at Headline Bistro can be found here. We are who we are: individual human beings, each with a unique, individual story, each with a soul of which we are acutely aware needs ... discuss

This "new" book is not exactly new, since it's US edition of a book originally published in the UK. It's Be Saints! An Invitation from Pope Benedict XVI. Originally published by the Catholic Truth Soc ... discuss

You can follow me on Webstagram here. I'm still fairly fuzzy on the where and how, but Webstagram is a browser application through which you can see people's Instagram photos. Google+ Profile ... discuss

An interview in the "Pentecost 2012" edition of Dappled Things about Wish You Were Here. DS: Something I personally enjoyed about the book is that it’s not presented as a neat, orderly journey throu ... discuss

You can follow Amy Welborn on Pinterest here Boards include: Links related to Wish You Were Here Possible future travel destinations Recipes to try Recently attempted recipes Great vacation rentals ... discuss

Silence by Shusaku Endo Note:This is another super-short piece originally published in Liguorian in the late 1990's. Once again, in my own defense, I'll say they picked the word length (540 words!), n ... discuss

Charlotte Was Both is the name of Amy Welborn's current blog. It is located here. From the blog's "about" page: Thanks for visiting. I've been blogging since 2001. This is my third blog and third blog ... discuss

Excerpt from Chapter 1 of Prove It: Prayer I Don't Need to Pray... Because God's In My Heart All the Time Well, sure. God is with you constantly, and has been since the moment you were a darling littl ... discuss

Read more about it here. The monks raised their voices in hope at the end of each phrase, and then paused a great pause in between, letting the hope rise and then settle back into their hearts. My own ... discuss

Excerpt from Chapter 2 of Prove It: Jesus I've Always Wondered... What Are the Basic Facts About Jesus? If you’re like a lot of young people I’ve known, there are a couple of aspects to this Jesus ... discuss

Published by Image Catholic Books Reviews: Wish You Were Here is the story of Amy Welborn's trip to Sicily ...in the aftermath of her husband's sudden death. Her pitch-perfect prose moves seamlessly f ... discuss

Follow Amy Welborn on Twitter here. ... discuss

Follow Amy Welborn on Twitter here. ... discuss

Amy Welborn can be found on Goodreads, here. What Is Goodreads? Goodreads is the largest site for readers and book recommendations in the world. We have more than 7,600,000 members who have added more ... discuss

Silence by Shusaku Endo Note:This is another super-short piece originally published in Liguorian in the late 1990's. Once again, in my own defense, I'll say they picked the word length (540 words!), n ... discuss

Amy Welborn is a contributor - five devotions per issue - to the Living Faith daily devotional quarterly. The webpage for Living Faith is here. Living Faith is a print publication - available in Spani ... discuss

Here are photos from the trip described in Wish You Were Here. The photos are divided according to chapter - that is, you can follow the trip via the photos. The photos are located on my travel blog c ... discuss

An interview in the "Pentecost 2012" edition of Dappled Things about Wish You Were Here. DS: Something I personally enjoyed about the book is that it’s not presented as a neat, orderly journey throu ... discuss

Amy Welborn's latest column at Headline Bistro can be found here. We are who we are: individual human beings, each with a unique, individual story, each with a soul of which we are acutely aware needs ... discuss

Excerpt from Chapter 2 of Prove It: Jesus I've Always Wondered... What Are the Basic Facts About Jesus? If you’re like a lot of young people I’ve known, there are a couple of aspects to this Jesus ... discuss

Charlotte Was Both is the name of Amy Welborn's current blog. It is located here. From the blog's "about" page: Thanks for visiting. I've been blogging since 2001. This is my third blog and third blog ... discuss

...this book is centered on Christ as the center of Pope Benedict’s thought and work as theologian and vocation as Pope. It seems to me that he is “proposing Jesus Christ” both to the world and ... discuss

Published by Image Catholic Books Reviews: Wish You Were Here is the story of Amy Welborn's trip to Sicily ...in the aftermath of her husband's sudden death. Her pitch-perfect prose moves seamlessly f ... discuss

Note:This piece is one of a series on great Catholic fiction writers that I penned for Ligourian Magazine several years ago. My word count limit was - get this - 540 words. Unbelievable. Well, it was ... discuss

Amy Welborn ... discuss

Read more about it here. The monks raised their voices in hope at the end of each phrase, and then paused a great pause in between, letting the hope rise and then settle back into their hearts. My own ... discuss

Excerpt from Chapter 1 of Prove It: Prayer I Don't Need to Pray... Because God's In My Heart All the Time Well, sure. God is with you constantly, and has been since the moment you were a darling littl ... discuss

Silence by Shusaku Endo Note:This is another super-short piece originally published in Liguorian in the late 1990's. Once again, in my own defense, I'll say they picked the word length (540 words!), n ... discuss

Amy Welborn ... discuss

Read more about it here. The monks raised their voices in hope at the end of each phrase, and then paused a great pause in between, letting the hope rise and then settle back into their hearts. My own ... discuss

Excerpt from Chapter 1 of Prove It: Prayer I Don't Need to Pray... Because God's In My Heart All the Time Well, sure. God is with you constantly, and has been since the moment you were a darling littl ... discuss

Note:This piece is one of a series on great Catholic fiction writers that I penned for Ligourian Magazine several years ago. My word count limit was - get this - 540 words. Unbelievable. Well, it was ... discuss

Charlotte Was Both is the name of Amy Welborn's current blog. It is located here. From the blog's "about" page: Thanks for visiting. I've been blogging since 2001. This is my third blog and third blog ... discuss

Published by Image Catholic Books Reviews: Wish You Were Here is the story of Amy Welborn's trip to Sicily ...in the aftermath of her husband's sudden death. Her pitch-perfect prose moves seamlessly f ... discuss

Here is the link to both parts of the email interview conducted with the Catholic Match website. The story about the electrician in your epilogue gave me goose bumps. (I’ll leave it at that and urge ... discuss

Excerpt from Chapter 2 of Prove It: Jesus I've Always Wondered... What Are the Basic Facts About Jesus? If you’re like a lot of young people I’ve known, there are a couple of aspects to this Jesus ... discuss

You can follow Amy Welborn on Pinterest here Boards include: Links related to Wish You Were Here Possible future travel destinations Recipes to try Recently attempted recipes Great vacation rentals ... discuss

Amy Welborn can be found on Goodreads, here. What Is Goodreads? Goodreads is the largest site for readers and book recommendations in the world. We have more than 7,600,000 members who have added more ... discuss

Amy Welborn ... discuss

...this book is centered on Christ as the center of Pope Benedict’s thought and work as theologian and vocation as Pope. It seems to me that he is “proposing Jesus Christ” both to the world and ... discuss

Amy Welborn ... discuss

Follow Amy Welborn on Twitter here. ... discuss

Amy Welborn is a contributor - five devotions per issue - to the Living Faith daily devotional quarterly. The webpage for Living Faith is here. Living Faith is a print publication - available in Spani ... discuss

Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh Note:This is another of those 540-word Liguorian pieces. Obviously, lots more could and should be said. Someday I'll do something a bit longer for OSV. For more Wa ... discuss

Amy Welborn ... discuss

Charlotte Was Both is the name of Amy Welborn's current blog. It is located here. From the blog's "about" page: Thanks for visiting. I've been blogging since 2001. This is my third blog and third blog ... discuss

Here is the link to both parts of the email interview conducted with the Catholic Match website. The story about the electrician in your epilogue gave me goose bumps. (I’ll leave it at that and urge ... discuss

Amy Welborn ... discuss

Follow Amy Welborn on Twitter here. ... discuss

Note:This piece is one of a series on great Catholic fiction writers that I penned for Ligourian Magazine several years ago. My word count limit was - get this - 540 words. Unbelievable. Well, it was ... discuss

Excerpt from Chapter 2 of Prove It: Jesus I've Always Wondered... What Are the Basic Facts About Jesus? If you’re like a lot of young people I’ve known, there are a couple of aspects to this Jesus ... discuss

Here are photos from the trip described in Wish You Were Here. The photos are divided according to chapter - that is, you can follow the trip via the photos. The photos are located on my travel blog c ... discuss

Excerpt from Chapter 1 of Prove It: Prayer I Don't Need to Pray... Because God's In My Heart All the Time Well, sure. God is with you constantly, and has been since the moment you were a darling littl ... discuss

You can follow Amy Welborn on Pinterest here Boards include: Links related to Wish You Were Here Possible future travel destinations Recipes to try Recently attempted recipes Great vacation rentals ... discuss

Amy Welborn is a contributor - five devotions per issue - to the Living Faith daily devotional quarterly. The webpage for Living Faith is here. Living Faith is a print publication - available in Spani ... discuss

...this book is centered on Christ as the center of Pope Benedict’s thought and work as theologian and vocation as Pope. It seems to me that he is “proposing Jesus Christ” both to the world and ... discuss

Amy Welborn can be found on Goodreads, here. What Is Goodreads? Goodreads is the largest site for readers and book recommendations in the world. We have more than 7,600,000 members who have added more ... discuss

Published by Image Catholic Books Reviews: Wish You Were Here is the story of Amy Welborn's trip to Sicily ...in the aftermath of her husband's sudden death. Her pitch-perfect prose moves seamlessly f ... discuss

An interview in the "Pentecost 2012" edition of Dappled Things about Wish You Were Here. DS: Something I personally enjoyed about the book is that it’s not presented as a neat, orderly journey throu ... discuss

Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh Note:This is another of those 540-word Liguorian pieces. Obviously, lots more could and should be said. Someday I'll do something a bit longer for OSV. For more Wa ... discuss

Read more about it here. The monks raised their voices in hope at the end of each phrase, and then paused a great pause in between, letting the hope rise and then settle back into their hearts. My own ... discuss

An interview in the "Pentecost 2012" edition of Dappled Things about Wish You Were Here. DS: Something I personally enjoyed about the book is that it’s not presented as a neat, orderly journey throu ... discuss

Amy Welborn's latest column at Headline Bistro can be found here. We are who we are: individual human beings, each with a unique, individual story, each with a soul of which we are acutely aware needs ... discuss

Amy Welborn ... discuss

Amy Welborn ... discuss

Please go here for an audio interview with Amy Welborn about her book Wish You Were Here: Travels Through Loss and Hope. She spoke with Kris McGregor of Discerning Hearts and KVSS Radio. ... discuss

The Catholic web portal Catholic Exchange recently reprinted one of my old blog posts about a trip taken to Saltillo, Mexico: You can find it here. The visit was part of a day trip to the city from Ge ... discuss

Amy Welborn ... discuss

...this book is centered on Christ as the center of Pope Benedict’s thought and work as theologian and vocation as Pope. It seems to me that he is “proposing Jesus Christ” both to the world and ... discuss

Amy Welborn ... discuss

Note:This piece is one of a series on great Catholic fiction writers that I penned for Ligourian Magazine several years ago. My word count limit was - get this - 540 words. Unbelievable. Well, it was ... discuss

Silence by Shusaku Endo Note:This is another super-short piece originally published in Liguorian in the late 1990's. Once again, in my own defense, I'll say they picked the word length (540 words!), n ... discuss

Follow Amy Welborn on Twitter here. ... discuss

You can follow me on Webstagram here. I'm still fairly fuzzy on the where and how, but Webstagram is a browser application through which you can see people's Instagram photos. Google+ Profile ... discuss

Amy Welborn is a contributor - five devotions per issue - to the Living Faith daily devotional quarterly. The webpage for Living Faith is here. Living Faith is a print publication - available in Spani ... discuss

Here is the link to both parts of the email interview conducted with the Catholic Match website. The story about the electrician in your epilogue gave me goose bumps. (I’ll leave it at that and urge ... discuss

If you would like to follow Amy Welborn's current blog, Charlotte was Both, on Facebook, click here. It is not often that someone comes along who is both a true friend and a good writer. Charlotte was ... discuss

Here are photos from the trip described in Wish You Were Here. The photos are divided according to chapter - that is, you can follow the trip via the photos. The photos are located on my travel blog c ... discuss

Excerpt from Chapter 1 of Prove It: Prayer I Don't Need to Pray... Because God's In My Heart All the Time Well, sure. God is with you constantly, and has been since the moment you were a darling littl ... discuss

You can follow Amy Welborn on Pinterest here Boards include: Links related to Wish You Were Here Possible future travel destinations Recipes to try Recently attempted recipes Great vacation rentals ... discuss

Charlotte Was Both is the name of Amy Welborn's current blog. It is located here. From the blog's "about" page: Thanks for visiting. I've been blogging since 2001. This is my third blog and third blog ... discuss

Published by Image Catholic Books Reviews: Wish You Were Here is the story of Amy Welborn's trip to Sicily ...in the aftermath of her husband's sudden death. Her pitch-perfect prose moves seamlessly f ... discuss

Amy Welborn can be found on Goodreads, here. What Is Goodreads? Goodreads is the largest site for readers and book recommendations in the world. We have more than 7,600,000 members who have added more ... discuss

Note:This piece is one of a series on great Catholic fiction writers that I penned for Ligourian Magazine several years ago. My word count limit was - get this - 540 words. Unbelievable. Well, it was ... discuss

Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh Note:This is another of those 540-word Liguorian pieces. Obviously, lots more could and should be said. Someday I'll do something a bit longer for OSV. For more Wa ... discuss

Read more about it here. The monks raised their voices in hope at the end of each phrase, and then paused a great pause in between, letting the hope rise and then settle back into their hearts. My own ... discuss

Excerpt from Chapter 2 of Prove It: Jesus I've Always Wondered... What Are the Basic Facts About Jesus? If you’re like a lot of young people I’ve known, there are a couple of aspects to this Jesus ... discuss

If you would like to follow Amy Welborn's current blog, Charlotte was Both, on Facebook, click here. New posts will appear on your newsfeed. It is not often that someone comes along who is both a true ... discuss

You can follow me on Webstagram here. I'm still fairly fuzzy on the where and how, but Webstagram is a browser application through which you can see people's Instagram photos. Google+ Profile ... discuss

Published by Image Catholic Books Reviews: Wish You Were Here is the story of Amy Welborn's trip to Sicily ...in the aftermath of her husband's sudden death. Her pitch-perfect prose moves seamlessly f ... discuss

The Catholic web portal Catholic Exchange recently reprinted one of my old blog posts about a trip taken to Saltillo, Mexico: You can find it here. The visit was part of a day trip to the city from Ge ... discuss

An interview in the "Pentecost 2012" edition of Dappled Things about Wish You Were Here. DS: Something I personally enjoyed about the book is that it’s not presented as a neat, orderly journey throu ... discuss

Amy Welborn's latest column at Headline Bistro can be found here. We are who we are: individual human beings, each with a unique, individual story, each with a soul of which we are acutely aware needs ... discuss

Here is the link to both parts of the email interview conducted with the Catholic Match website. The story about the electrician in your epilogue gave me goose bumps. (I’ll leave it at that and urge ... discuss

Charlotte Was Both is the name of Amy Welborn's current blog. It is located here. From the blog's "about" page: Thanks for visiting. I've been blogging since 2001. This is my third blog and third blog ... discuss




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