One of the nuns in a legal dispute with singer Katy Perry has died.
Just that day, Sister Holzman had been interviewed by a Fox 11 reporter, Stephanie Stanton, where she asked for help from Pope Francis and for Perry to "please stop" as her continual involvement has "hurt a lot of people".
Sister Catherine and another nun lived in the 8-acre convent in Los Feliz as Sisters of the Most Holy and Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary for four decades.
The case had put Holzman and Callanan at odds with Los Angeles Archbishop José Gomez, who had publicly challenged the sisters in court.
Sister Catherine and Sister Rita Callanan had been raising awareness of the legal fight as they wanted the property sale to Dana to succeed.
Sister Holzman was in court for a post-judgment hearing when she died.
Despite this, Hollister was ordered by a court to pay $15 million in compensation to Perry and the Archdiocese of Los Angeles for intervening in the bidding process.
Before her death, the 89-year-old spoke to local media condemning the ruling that would ultimately clear the way for Perry to purchase the property.
At the time, the Los Angeles Times reported that the singer had visited the nuns in an effort to ease their anxieties - discussing her tattoo of Jesus and singing them a hymn to demonstrate her respect for the religion.
The sale to Perry was for $14.5 million, consisting of $10 million in cash and an agreement to provide an alternative property for a house of prayer worth $4.5 million, according to the archdiocese. "She had nothing to do with forcing herself on us".
The nuns said that Perry met with them and shared her plans to move her mother and grandmother into the property and meditate there.