Artist shapes church artwork, and vice versa

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NEW ORLEANS-It was nearly 25 years ago and Ruth Goliwas was a young, locally trained painter and printmaker when her agent approached her with a job query: Would she be interested in providing designs for a church sanctuary? That was a little afield for Goliwas. But she had earned a degree in fine art from […]

  • Jacqueline Fourcade

    Dear Mr. Nolan:
    I read this article in our local paper: The Advertiser. The byline was not attributed to you, however. It had “The Associated Press” New Orleans–. I wanted to Email the article to my daughter, but could not find any reference to it on “The Advertiser” website. Even whenI put Ms. Goliwas’s name in the search window, no results.
    So, I decided to Google her name. After I rejected about 8 entries, I found the exact same article I had just read in the paper. However, this time you were named as the author. I don’t pretend to know how press releases work, but it seemed to me that I did much too much work to find what I wanted.
    I just thought you needed to know. Also, I can finally Email the article to my daughter who lives in Mandeville and has attended Mass at the Mary Queen of Peace church.
    All the best,