Ann Garrido is associate professor of homiletics at Aquinas Institute of Theology in St. Louis and a consultant with Triad Consulting. She is the author of Let’s Talk About Truth: A Guide for Preachers, Teachers, and Other Catholic Leaders in a World of Doubt and Discord (Ave Maria Press, 2020) and #Rules_of_Engagement: 8 Christian Habits for Being Good and Doing Good Online (Ave Maria Press, 2021). She is a member of the “Preaching and the Sciences” grant project funded by the John Templeton Foundation. She can be reached at

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Aquinas vs. QAnon: What Catholics can do about conspiracy thinking

Commentary: Thomas Aquinas would see conspiracy thinking as a matter of concern not only politically but in terms of faith. What can we do as people who are committed to truth, as well as to "loving our neighbor"?


Showing up Christian online: 8 ways to be 'leaven' on social media

Commentary: It is no longer a question of whether we will engage social media as Christians, but how. Here are eight simple commitments every Christian can make to do their part in leavening this new digital world.


The fire of your love

Daily Easter Reflections: The liturgical calendar offers us a number of beautiful feasts this June, each of which highlights a different dimension of the mystery of love as we have come to know it in our lives as Christians.