Instead, they sold it to businesswoman Dana Hollister without any approval from the archdiocese.
The convent boasts gorgeous views of the San Gabriel Mountains and downtown Los Angeles. The two sisters, who are of the original five, have always claimed to be the rightful owners of the convent having lived their since 1973 until their leave in 2011.
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"We extend our prayers today to the Immaculate Heart of Mary community and to all her friends and loved ones".
A judge voided Hollister's sale previous year, saying the archdiocese had the right to sell the property, not the nuns.
Sister Catherine Rose Holzman, of the Sisters of the Most Holy And Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary, was 89, according to ABC 7. The L.A. archdiocese subsequently sued her, saying the sisters didn't have the authority to sell the convent. Perry spent more than $2 million in legal fees fighting the small group of elderly nuns, according to Curbed LA. She had nothing to do with forcing herself on us", adding, "And to Katy Perry, please stop.
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However, Katy won the legal battle the following year, in 2016.
At one point Perry, who began her career as a Christian singer, reportedly met with the nuns and attempted to sway them by singing gospel songs. In November of previous year, a jury found that Hollister had intentionally interfered with the sale to Perry and a judge ordered her to pay millions to the archdiocese and the singer.
"We asked her to save us, to buy the property".
In dispute is the sprawling property in Los Feliz Sister Rose and her fellow nuns bought back in the 1970s from philanthropist Daniel Donohue.
In fact, the Sisters say, the case never should have gone to local court in the first place.
"It's not doing anyone any good except hurting a lot of people".