Nun Dies in Court During Legal Battle with Katy Perry
As if Katy Perry wasn't evil enough, she takes elderly nuns to court and kicks them to the curb of their home. The covent the nuns considered home for over 40 years was purchased by Katy Perry. She saw it one day and decided she had to have it. The nuns begged her not to take it away from them, but she did anyway. So, the nuns took Katy to court to fight for their beloved convent. I'm sending prayers to Sister Catherine Rose Holzman. She dedicated her life to God and her last moments were spent battling a selfish satanic sellout. She deserved better. May she rest in peace. You can read all about it in the article below.
A nun involved in a years-long legal dispute with pop star Katy Perry over a sprawling 8-acre former convent died in court Friday, according to The Associated Press.
Sister Catherine Rose Holzman, who had battled Perry and the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, was in court for a post-judgment hearing related to the case when she collapsed. She was 89.
The uproar over the property began in 2015 when Holzman and the sisters of the Most Holy and Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary sold the Medieval-Spanish-Gothic-Tudor estate to restaurateur Dana Hollister. But the archdiocese argued the nuns did not have the right to sell the property, which includes 30,000 square feet of living space, a pool, a tower and an adjoining prayer house, and it instead approved a sale to Perry, even though Hollister was already living there.
In 2016, a judge ruled against the nuns, declaring the $15.5 million sale to Hollister invalid and ordered her to pay the archdiocese and Perry millions in legal fees.
Archbishop José Gomez, who has been on the opposing side of Holzman and the nuns, issued a statement after learning of her sudden death. He wrote that Holzman served the church "with dedication and love for many years."
Holzman took her vows at age 18.
"I was sad to hear the news of her passing and I have offered a Mass for the repose of her soul," Gomez added. "We extend our prayers today to the Immaculate Heart of Mary community and to all her friends and loved ones."
Holzman was interviewed by a local Fox affiliate just hours before her death. Appearing alongside Sister Rita Callanan, the nuns said they were appealing to to the Vatican to step in on their behalf. Holzman pleaded with Perry "to please stop" pursuing the purchase.
"It's not doing anyone any good except hurting a lot of people."
It was the first time Holzman and Callanan had spoken out since an Los Angeles County judge ruled against them, clearing the way for Perry to buy the former convent.
ABC reported the sisters pooled their money together to buy the 8-acre property in 1972. They occupied it until 2011, when they say the church's archdiocese forced them to move to other locations.
In a 2015 interview with Billboard, Holzman outlined one of the deepest concerns about the archdiocese's sale to Perry. Because the superstar's $14.5 million offer, including $10 million in cash, was brokered without the nuns' involvement, they would never see a penny from the sale.
In contrast, Hollister made her offer — with only $100,000 in cash — directly to their order.
Another of the nun's concerns is with the singer herself.
"Katy Perry represents everything we don't believe in," Holzman said in the interview. "It would be a sin to sell to her."
Katy Perry Dragged Off Stage During MKUltra Meltdown
As footage emerges of Katy Perry being dragged off stage after collapsing following an incoherent rant, rumors begin swirling of Monarch mind control failure. During a live performance of one of her hits, her eyes begin to roll back in her head and she makes strange grunting sounds before collapsing in a heap and being dragged off by a security guard.
Video of the pop star’s breakdown has also gone viral on social media in which she displays signs of a split personality and describes how she cut her hair off so she “doesn’t look like Katy Perry anymore”.
During an interview, Perry, real name Katheryn Hudson, breaks down describing an internal conflict between her Katy Perry and Katheryn Hudson personalities who appear to be battling for dominance.
Katy Perry has often been accused of using Illuminati symbolism and brainwashing techniques through her music and videos, which some of her songs even reciting Satanic verses when played in reverse.
Many stars have been suspected to be part of a Monarch mind control program under MK-Ultra which is used as a propaganda tool to influence people through mass media using hypnosis and subliminal messaging.
One of the side effects of these programs is an eventual meltdown in which the which the subject appears to have a cognitive implosion.
Other stars that have suffered similar side effects in recent years are Britney Spears, who suffered a huge breakdown in 2007 – also cutting her hair off – and Kanye West who claims to have his mind erased after showing public support for Donald Trump.
After being hospitalized, West even claimed he was an alien that had been sent to Earth to save humanity.
It’s believed that the public displays are part of the programming as a way of discrediting them in case they start to reveal the agenda behind their mind control.
According to Vice, Monarch mind control, an Illuminati practice widely used by the Walt Disney Corporation and Teen Nick to monetise and sexualise young starlets.Supposedly developed in its current form by the C.l.A. to subdue American citizens, Monarch mind control is being used by the Hollywood industrial complex to micro-manage child stars. The monarch mind control victims are calledThe Monarch mind control victims are called kittens and the executives and managers that control them are known as handlers.
Supposedly, the handlers take a precocious kitten, such as an All That era Amanda Bynes, and subject her to mental and sexual abuse until her personality fractures and separates like a Horcrux, making her unquestioning and compliant.
The handlers then conclude the abuse with a weird Adams Family Values summer camp punishment, where the kitten watches The Wizard of Oz over and over again till submitting to her handlers gives her true happiness. After she turns 18, the handlers repeat these steps to transform her from a manageable performer into a highly profitable object of fantasy.Usually – and rather shockingly – this goes off without a hitch. But in some cases, the young performer can’t stand the confusing transition from tween star to men’s magazine cover girl and starts to malfunction like the robot she has essentially become.