No, I do not. I haven’t purchased anything of hers since 2008, with her last album and a concert ticket. Obviously I’ve already done this, but I don’t intend to purchase anything anew from her, perhaps only used product that supports the record store rather than her.
I’m getting that the verdict is “no.” I stopped listening to her cold turkey probably a year ago, but for some reason I was really itching to listen to Open Your Heart and the flood gates opened. I’ve been vigilant in keeping guard on what I do listen to/watch of hers though. Mostly ballads and things which have no sexual or anti-Catholic sentiments. Perhaps I should talk to my spiritual director, however embarassed or not I’d feel in admitting I’m a fan!
She really is the only “pop” artist I like. Despite the catchiness of Katy Perry, I recognize the fallen nature of her material so I do not listen to her. I normally listen to Enya (who is a practising catholic and sings about non-sexual topics) and polyphony (written for the church, so you can’t doubt the morality of it!).