sineadpicidolchatter.jpgControversial Catholic singer, Sinead O’Connor–who you may remember as “that woman who ripped up the a photo of Pope John Paul II on TV” is currently on tour promoting her new album, “Theology.” The two-CD set consists of an acoustic and full-band version of 11 songs, most written by O’Connor herself, and based on passages from the Old Testament.
In a recent Beliefnet interview, O’Connor spoke about her favorite parts of the Bible. “My love is the books of the prophets. Particularly I love Isaiah and Jeremiah, but Jeremiah would be my favorite, above all. So, I’d read [Jeremiah], and just the language and the place it took me to would make me forget about anything that might be on my mind.”

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