Who was Sister Janet Mead and what was her cause of death? Tributes Pour In As “Australian singing nun Sister dead” dead at 84: South Australian Catholic nun Sister Janet Mead has passed away on 26 January 2022 after battling cancer at the age of 83. The whole internet is mourning her death. The news of her death has left everyone shocked. Tributes have been pouring to her on the internet. All her known ones and admirers are devastated by the news. People have been praying for her soul. She was a selfless woman who dedicated her whole to helping people who were homeless and disadvantaged. She was also a famous music star. Our deepest condolences to her family and dear ones. Here, we have brought some essential details about Janet Mead. Follow More Update On CmaTrends.com
Who was Sister Janet Mead?
According to the reports, Janet Mead was diagnosed with cancer and lost her battle against the disease on January 26, 2022. She was 83 at the time of her death. All her known ones and friends are paying soulful tributes to her through social media platforms. Everyone is saddened after getting the news of her demise. Her family needs our concern and support at this time.
How did Sister Janet Mead die?
Talking about Janet Mead, was an Australian Catholic nun who was born in 1938 in Adelaide, South Australia. She was best known for recording a pop-rock version of “The Lord’s Prayer” which was placed at the 3rd position on the Australian singles chart in the year 1974. The surprise hit was also reached 4th position on the Billboard hot 100 in the same year. She was also nominated for Grammy Award for her superhit single. It was sold out more than one and a half million copies and also received a gold disc by the RIAA on April 08, 1974. She was known as the second woman to have a top 10 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart whilst a nun.
Sister Janet Mead Death Cause
She was also known as Sister Marietta. She also taught music at St. Aloysius College, Adelaide, where the music video for “The Lord’s Prayer” was shot. After recording, Mead kept the visit to the school to teach the junior students basic music. She formed a band simply called The Rock Band when she was 17 years old. She started making professional recordings of her music for churches and schools in the year 1973. She moved to Sydney for a recording session with Festival Records, produced by Martin Erdman. In the year 2004, Mead got the Yamaha Golden Gospel Award. The next year, Mead was named South Australian of the Year for her care of the homeless. Janet Mead has died on 26 January 2022 in Adelaide. May her soul Rest In Peace.