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Daniel Berrigan. Consequences: truth and... New York: Macmillan, 1965 

“Daniel Berrigan [was] a Jesuist priest and close friend of Kent who is known for his demonstrations against the Vietnam War. In addition to beeing a political activist, Berrigan was an accomplished poet and prose stylist, and often sorted through theological questions via musings such as the ones Kent quotes (...) Berrigan saw Kent's artwork as precisely the sort of misterious sign that might speak to listening hearts.”

Susan Dackerman, ed. Corita Kent and the language of Pop. Cambridge: Harvard Art Museums; New Haven: Yale University Press, 2015 (p. 106)