Singer Olivia Newton-John Attended Mass at Catholic Seminary, Capuchin Friar Reveals
Wow! This is surprising! 😱
Capuchin Franciscan Brother Vince Mary revealed in a recent social media post that singer and actress Olivia Newton-John regularly attended Mass at the Capuchin Novitiate at San Lorenzo Seminary near Santa Ynez, California.
The ‘Hopelessly Devoted to You’ singer and ‘Grease’ actress passed away from breast cancer on Mon., Aug. 8, 2022.
Here’s his post below:
Br. Mary’s tweet reads, “Rest in Peace to Olivia Newton-John! She was a frequent visitor to our Capuchin Novitiate in Santa Ynez for Masses. / God grant her eternal rest!”
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The friar wrote a second tweet, saying he led music at one of the Masses she attended.
Here’s his tweet below:
The full tweet reads, “One time she came for mass, and I was leading music. Bro I bombed 10,000 reasons like bad, hahaha…She’s [enjoying] angelic voices now, [probably].”
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ChurchPOP reached out to Br. Mary, who provided a photo of the singer and actress attending a daily Mass.
Here’s the photo below:
“There’s a nice community that often goes for daily masses,” Brother Mary told ChurchPOP. “I know that Olivia went a few times during my novitiate year, but not every day.”
ChurchPOP reported on Aug. 9 that Newton-John’s favorite prayer is the Our Father. She said in a podcast that she believes in the power of prayer.
“I believe in prayer. I think prayer is very powerful.”
The singer did not reveal her specific faith in the podcast, but discussed New Age and Buddhist practices, which are contrary to Catholic teaching. New Age practices open doors to witchcraft and the occult.
Often intertwined, St. John Paul II once referred to Buddhism as an “atheistic system.”
Pray for the soul of Olivia Newton-John!
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