Roman Catholics: Joyous Revolutionary

Between sessions at a conference on religion and the arts at the New York Hilton last week, delegates wandered through a maze of 1,500 cardboard boxes stacked seven feet high in two exhibition halls. Pasted on the vividly painted cartons were collages of photographs from Viet Nam, Newark and Vogue, bits of magazine ads, scribbled quotations from John Kennedy, Albert Camus and Beatle John Lennon. In effect, the exhibit — entitled "Survival with Style"— was a dramatic plea to man's conscience. A message in blank verse invited viewers to mull over the maze and "find alternatives to war to...

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