Religion: Tidings


Ever since its protesters disrupted Easter Sunday services in Pittsburgh's wealthiest Presbyterian church, Denominational Ministry Strategy has become the best-publicized clergy group in Pennsylvania. Made up largely of Lutherans and Episcopalians, DMS and its militant labor-union allies want to force the Mellon Bank and U.S. Steel to pump more money into the sagging local economy. Among its tactics: repeated harassment at worship services attended by executives and disruption of bank operations, notably by putting dead fish in safe-deposit boxes and skunk oil in ventilation ducts. Last week the noisome...

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