“We were made as body and soul in God’s image, and it is both of those things together that make us truly beautiful.”
Gina Loehr is a popular author and inspirational speaker with a master’s degree in theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville. Years of work in youth ministry and pro-life outreach equipped Loehr for her writing and speaking career. She speaks to and writes for a wide range of Catholic audiences. Her writing has appeared in a variety of Catholic publications, including The National Catholic Register and Our Sunday Visitor. An advocate for Catholic women, Loehr served as a delegate for the Pontifical Council for the Laity's 2013 Vatican study on women and the Church and has written two books on female saints, The Four Teresas and Real Women, Real Saints: Friends for Your Spiritual Journey. Loehr has also written two books on Catholic women’s spirituality and a book on the pope, Saint Francis, Pope Francis: A Common Vision. Praised for her warm and inviting style, Loehr consistently blends the teachings of the Church with everyday applications of the Catholic faith.