To Believe in God
Dust jacket notes: "To believe in God is an irresistible invitation to a joyous participation in life. Too often religious statements impart an atmosphere of solemnity and gloom, when they should communicate only gladness. Joseph Pintauro, poet, and Sister Corita, artist, alert us to the excitement of believing in God. Joseph Pintauro's poetry makes celebration of life an integral part of faith. His brief creations are often playful and childlike, and translate belief in God into new humanist forms. Sister Corita's art is a happening. She takes great gobs of color and spills them across the page to run riot, like mercury, into and through the text. 'The purpose of art,' she says, 'is to alert people to the things they might have missed."
Specifications of To Believe in God
|Publisher||Harper & Row|
|Number Of Pages||95|
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