‘Have you heard the one about Michael Jackson and the Pope?
Turns out, they haven’t either.
On Monday, an Italian priest who runs a music label specializing in religious songs indicated that Jackson might be one of several artists to sing on a CD made up of Pope John Paul II’s prayers set to music.
“It is only a hope, an idea,” the Rev. Giuseppe Moscati told the Associated Press of his plans for the album, which would be released via the Edizioni Musicali Terzo Millennio label.
He said that his music industry contacts had attempted to discuss the project with Jackson, but “we haven’t met him or heard from him.”‘
Read more at Jackson Not Singing Pope’s Prayers
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