Katy Perry, who met with the pope in April, told me about her mother in the hope that they will one day “come back to God.”
Katy Perry reveals that her mother prayed throughout her life, the singer would “return to God” and said that she now focuses on spirituality and the heart wholeness” when they were in the years ‘ 30.
In a Vogue Australia interview published Tuesday, Perry, 33, said her parents were not big fans of 2008, her hit “I Kissed a Girl.”
“My mother has prayed for me throughout my life, in the hope that I would return to God,” Perry said. “I never left Him, I was just a little bit secular, I was more materialistic, and more career-driven.”
Katy Perry at the met Gala for the “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination” theme.
The singer said now that she is in her 30s, is they have evolved to “more about spirituality and heart-and wholeness.” Her change comes after she met Pope Francis in April with her mother and friend Orlando Bloom. Perry was in the Vatican during the “United to Cure the” international conference.
Perry said Tuesday, she is already a “fan” of the pope.
“It is a combination of compassion, humility, sternness and refusal. He is the rebel – a rebel for Jesus,” Perry told the magazine. “He brings the Church back to humility and contact with people. He is a very modest and not frivolous.”
KATY PERRY AND ORLANDO BLOOM TO THE POPE, STEP TOGETHER IN ROME
Perry’s visit to the Roman-Catholic capital, but it is somewhat ironic after the news of the “American Idol” judge’s controversial estate case. Perry’s court battle with two nuns began in 2015 when she sought to purchase a 8 hectare, with a convent of them for $14.5 million in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles.
In March, Sister Catherine Rose Holzman, one of the nuns who are involved in the lawsuit filed by the singer, died after collapsing in the court. According to TMZ, the non collapsed during a hearing in connection with Perry’s monastery case.
Hours before her death, Holzman told KTTV, “We asked [a local businesswoman Dana Hollister] to save us, to buy the house. They had nothing to do with forcing themselves on us.”
She added: ‘And on Katy Perry, please stop. It is not everyone well, except for hurting a lot of people.”
Perry won the colour and the owner of the property, despite the nuns want to be their friend and entrepreneur Dana Hollister to own the property.
Fox News’ Morgan Evans contributed to this report.
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