Give Sinead O'Connor Another Chance

Many America magazine and blog readers may remember the controversy surrounding Irish rock/pop singer Sinead O'Connor, following her 1992 performance on Saturday Night Live. This was a matter of great interest to many Catholics. I have put up a post inviting a reconsideration of O'Connor over at Rock and Theology.

Tom Beaudoin

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8 years 9 months ago
only if wants to be reconsidered. Do we know?

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