United States media declared that a nun involved in a property case with singer Katy Perry has died amid court hearing.
Perry had offered to buy the eight-acre property and its Roman-villa-style buildings for $US14.5 million ($18.4 million), and to relocate an adjoining house of prayer used by priests.
Holzman was attending a post-judgement hearing in Friday when she suddenly collapsed and was pronounced dead at the scene.
This led to the court battle over whether Hollister, who offered $10 million for the property, was a suitable buyer as opposed to Perry, who offered $14.5 million.
Speaking to Fox 7 merely hours before her death, Holzman spoke out against the pop star over her desire to purchase the sprawling Los Feliz estate.
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. "It's not doing anyone any good except hurting a lot of people", Holzman said.
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The sisters were planning to appeal directly to Pope Francis to regain ownership of the property, which they claim is under direct control of the Vatican, not the Los Angeles Archdiocese.
A nun told the Times earlier that many were moved out of the property against their will in 2011.
A judge ruled in 2016 that the sale was invalid, paving the way for Perry to buy the site from the archdiocese.
In a statement on Friday, Archbishop Gomez said: "Sister Catherine Rose served the Church with dedication and love for many years, and today we remember her life with gratitude".
In 2015, CBS News reported that the singer who got her start in Christian music had even met with the sisters and sung them a gospel song.
Is God a Katy Perry fan? 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.