Working with words and color and movement, poet Joseph Pintauro and artist and activist Corita Kent created this unparalleled inspirational gem in the late 1960s. In To Believe in God, the poet turns the question of a belief in God in his palm, looking at it as one might examine the creases and lines there, and uses that contemplation to celebrate through faith the extraordinary ordinary events in life. His words are set against Sister Corita's vibrant and riotous color flowing through the pages. A visit through these pages will summon the reader back time and again to find inspiration and beauty.
•96 pages, hardcover