Provocative art put Catholic nun in the middle of 1960s maelstrom

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RNS photo by Patti Jette Hanley

RNS photo by Patti Jette Hanley

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(RNS) Combining images and words from advertising, pop culture and religion, the bold graphic art of Sister Mary Corita was as deeply representative of the spirit of the 1960s as it was ubiquitous in church basements, dorm rooms and urban communes of people involved in the struggle for civil rights and the campaign to end the Vietnam War. By David E. Anderson.

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