What Religion is Olivia Rodrigo? Does She Follow Christianity?

April 20, 2023   | July 14, 2023  | 

    Olivia Rodrigo is one of the quickly established singers and actresses, who has already forged a massively successful entertainment career at the young age of 20. Starting singing at five, Rodrigo released a debut single ‘Drivers License’ in 2020, propelling her to fame. Since her growing popularity, the singer has often been in the media. People have constantly been searching for what religion is Olivia. So, is Rodrigo following Christianity as per her religion?

    Here we have come up with all the details about Olivia’s heritage.

    What Religion is Olivia Rodrigo?

    Rodrigo follows Christianity by religion. Not only Rodrigo but her family members also follow the same faith. Her father Chris Rodrigo, a marriage and family therapist has strong Filipino family roots.

    Olivia, an American singer-songwriter and actress.
    Olivia Rodrigo is Christian by her religion.

    It was Olivia’s great-grandfather who first migrated from the Philippines to the United States as a teenager. He had a garden and was a skilled cook. Still, her family follows several religious rituals handed over by their migrated ancestors.

    Besides, Olivia’s mother Jennifer, a teacher in California has German and Irish ancestry. She also follows the same religion as her father and Olivia herself.

    Is Olivia Rodrigo Christian?

    Yes, Olivia is Christian. However, there isn’t an exact detail about whether the singer is a Roman Catholic or Protestant. But, since Olivia has strong Filipino roots, the artist might be Roman Catholic.

    Rodrigo Is Proud To Be a Part of the Filipino Heritage

    As said above, most of Olivia’s ancestors came from the Philipines and the ‘Good 4 U’ singer also feels it’s a great privilege to be a part of that community. She once said,

    “I feel so proud to be a part of the Filipino community.”

    She further explained that Filipino people “have been so lovely and are so welcoming and supportive of me.”