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Her spirituality guides her songs

Sinead O'Connor embraces reggae music

By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / December 5, 2005

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When Sinead O'Connor was a small child, the priest at her church told her that the Holy Spirit was a bird kept in a golden cupboard. Occasionally the priest unlocked the tabernacle and took out the Holy Spirit. Then he locked it away again. O'Connor, a pious and sensitive girl, was devastated. (Full article: 870 words)

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