Catholic graduate school of theology and ministry in the Dominican tradition

Dr. Ann Garrido

Associate Professor of Homiletics


Ann Garrido, Associate Professor of Homiletics, earned the Bachelor of Arts in history, African Studies and Secondary Education from Kalamazoo College in Kalamazoo, Michigan; the Master of Divinity and the Doctor of Ministry from Aquinas Institute of Theology in St. Louis, Missouri.  Garrido has served as the Marten Faculty Fellow in Homiletics at the University of Notre Dame.  Her research focuses on theology of preaching, homiletics, ministerial administration, and human development.

Selected Courses

  • Spiritual Formation I-X for the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd
  • Theology and Spirituality of Marriage and Family
  • Foundations of Preaching I

Selected Publications 

Let's Talk About Truth: A Guide for Preachers, Teachers, and Other Catholic Leaders in a World of Doubt and Discord (Notre Dame: Ave Maria Press, 2020)

Redeeming Conflict: Twelve Habits for Christian Leaders (Notre Dame: Ave Maria Press, 2016)

Redeeming Administration: Twelve Spiritual Habits for Catholic Leaders in Parishes, Religious Communities, and Other Institutions (Notre Dame: Ave Maria Press, 2013)