Amy Welborn is the writer of many books, including ‘Here, Now. A Catholic Guide to the Good Life’ and ‘de-coding DaVinci: The Facts Behind the Fiction of The DaVinci Code’. (Our Sunday Visitor) She holds a Master of Arts in Church History from Vanderbilt University.
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Charlotte was Both
Who is she? Men and women throughout the centuries have tried to define her…all I know for sure is that she was freed and healed from 7 demons, stayed with Our Lady at the foot of the Cross, and was chosen by Christ to be the first witness to the Resurrection…she would become the Apostle to the Apostles…that’s enough for me. Wow! Who is she? One of the greatest saints…ever!
Well, it would be difficult to write a book more poignant and compelling than this…obviously, it came straight from the heart. Amy Welborn uses her incredible gift with words to paint an unforgettable picture of how grief and regret can be transformed, by grace, into hope. It’s a journey on a winding, sometimes bumpy road.. But what Amy has discovered through the help of her husband Mike, her kids, and God, is that it is really true, there really is a light at the end of the tunnel. As she says, “tragedy and joy, loss and understanding death and life are constantly mixed together…and the beauty of the Catholic faith is that it is all there….we have the whole picture.” Its about faith, about hope, about love..and that is what is really eternal.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (25.6MB) Flannery O’Connor is challenging, engaging, funny and heartbreaking, she is a spiritual master and one of America’s greatest writers. She is absolutely one of my favorite writers of all time! She is NOT to be missed. Flannery O’Connor has said that “Grace must wound, before it can […]
An unprecedented book-length interview given by a Pope, Light of the World by German journalist Peter Seewald, is an absolute must for those who look to our Holy Father for guidance and direction as we attempt to deepen our relationship with Jesus Christ. I am beyond delighted to have Amy Welborn with us to discuss this important conversation Pope Benedict XVI is actually having with us all. Amy, the author of numerous books, has written extensively on the teachings of Pope Benedict; I couldn’t have anyone better to go “Inside the Pages” of this work that tackles some the greatest issues facing the world today.
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