Pop singer Madonna would like to talk to Pope Francis about “some important things”. The queen of pop tweets inviting the pope to meet her, although her last confession, she said, was a long time ago. “Hello, Pontiff Francis. I am a good Catholic. I swear! It has been several decades since I last confessed. “Would it be possible for us to meet one day to discuss some important things?” She wrote on Twitter. In her 40-year career, Madonna is equally famous for her hits and clashes with the Catholic Church. Throughout her career, Madonna has proudly been at odds over her understanding of topics such as sex, same-sex love, and Christian symbolism. Pope Francis has not yet responded to Madonna’s invitation to a meeting.
Express.co.uk reminds, the star’s 1989 music video Like A Prayer featured burning crosses as well as an erotic depitction of Jesus.
A year later, Madonna featured gyrating nuns on her Blond Ambition tour and faced backlash from the church.
Pope John Paul II called it “one of the most satanic shows in the history of humanity”, The Guardian reported.
In 2006, Madonna came under fire once again after performing a mock crucifixion on a Roman stage.