Author Biography - Amy Welborn

Amy Welborn 

Amy Welborn

Amy Welborn is the general editor of Loyola Classics, a series of new editions of the some of the most distinguished Catholic novels of the twentieth century. She is the author of The Words We Pray, Loyola Kids Book of Heroes, Loyola Kids Book of Saints (Loyla Press), De-Coding Da Vinci, and the Proove It! series of apologetics books for youth (Our Sunday Visitor). Amy and her family reside in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Articles by Amy Welborn

  • Saint Teresa of Calcutta

    Mother Teresa of Calcutta lived and worked with the poor in India. Learn about her life through a brief biography and related activities and readings.

  • When Our Own Words Aren’t Enough

    How can traditional Catholic prayers help us to connect with God and to the whole Body of Christ? Find out how to pray in silence and with words.

  • Saint Bernadette Soubirous, 1844-1879

    Saint Bernadette Soubirous was young when Mary appeared to her at Lourdes. Read the inspiring story of Saint Bernadette's encounters with Mary.

Books by Amy Welborn

Loyola Kids Book of Saints

This book of saints for children tells how saints become saints and help us even today. Includes more than sixty saint stories for children.

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Loyola Kids Book of Heroes

Stories of Catholic Heroes and Saints throughout History

This best-selling children’s author encourages faith formation through the exciting stories of Catholic heroes and saints.

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A Catholic Woman’s Book of Days

The only book of days written and designed especially for Catholic women.

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The Words We Pray

Discovering the Richness of Traditional Catholic Prayers

A thoughtful exploration of the history and vitality of traditional Catholic prayers.

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Parables: Stories of the Kingdom

Six Weeks with the Bible: Catholic Perspectives

Jesus’ parables reveal who he is, how to follow him, and what he expects from us.

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