Katy Perry Joins Pope Francis: ‘Let’s Tear Down Borders’
Perry gushes with admiration for the globalist Pope
Pop singer Katy Perry, who met with Pope Francis in May this year, admitted she is a "big fan” as he continues with his 'open border' globalist agenda.
Perry said that her mother prayed for her whole life that she would "come back to God" and that she is now more "spiritually" minded in her thirties.
“My mom has prayed for me my entire life, hoping I’d come back to God. I never left Him, I was just a little bit secular, I was more materialistic and more career-driven. But now that I’m in my thirties, it’s more about spirituality and heart wholeness.”
Perry, who famously responded to the Manchester bombings, reasserted her stance on borders:
“As much you know, whatever we say behind people’s back, cuz the internet can be a little bit ruthless as far as fan bases go, but I think that the greatest thing we could do is just unite and love on each other, and like, no barriers, no borders, like, we all need to just co-exist.”
According to The HuffPost: In an interview given to Vogue Australia, Katy Perry said her first hit single after she left home at 15 to pursue a music career, 2008’s “I Kissed a Girl,” was not a family favorite.
Katy Perry says her change comes after her meeting with Pope Francis earlier this year in April, where she attended the “United to Cure” conference hosted by Pontifical Council for Culture to speak about her experience with meditation.
She brought with her to the Vatican her mother and Orlando Bloom.
“I’m such a big fan of Pope Francis. It’s a combination of compassion, humility, sternness, and refusal. He is a rebel – a rebel for Jesus.”
Katy Perry even listed her favorite papal facts: that he took his papal name after Saint Francis of Assisi, her favorite saint, and that he is known for being a humble man that prefers a simple lifestyle.
“He is bringing the Church back to humility and connecting with people. He’s very humble and not frivolous.”
Katy Perry was humble herself, saying that although Bloom was in attendance, that isn’t what she wanted the headlines to be about.
“I don’t want it to be a headline of the story, because it takes away from the purpose. That is one part of me, and I don’t want any part of what I do to be diminished.”
Francis and migrants over national security
Pope Francis recently called on migrants to flood the United States and other Western nations whilst urging world leaders to "forget about national security" concerns as immigrant's needs are "more important" than borders.
The head of the Catholic Church is calling on political leaders to drop their country's current screening and deportation policies and give precedence to migrant's requirements over the safety of their legal citizens.
The pope has also demanded an end to detention centers for those who cross the border illegally, and for refugees to instead be offered long-term homes to show "solidity" and "equality."