Our Roman Guide Chastizes Madonna

by Steve Ray on August 19, 2006

When we take our pilgrimage group to Rome in October 2007, Liz Lev will be our local guide — assisting Janet and I as we tour the Footprints of Peter, Paul, and the Apostolic Fathers.

If you want to see what kind of woman Liz Lev is — just read the following Zenit.org article in which she artfully attacks the pop star Madonna and the Roman people.

We will be meeting with Liz this October to prepare for our pilgrimage to Rome in October 2007. Here is her article:

Madonna's Roman Outrage; an Unfit Facade
A Singer Crosses the Line, and a City Shrugs

By Elizabeth Lev

ROME, AUG. 17, 2006 (Zenit.org).- Blame it on the August heat, but I've been in high dudgeon all week.

On Aug. 6, 2006, Rome was sacked. This time it wasn't by Visigoths running rampant though the streets, or by mercenary soldiers murdering and plundering. But the same blasphemous spirit that drove the Landsknechte to stable their horses in the Sistine Chapel permeated the city once more. This time, however, many Romans joined right in.

The occasion was pop singer Madonna Louise Ciccone's only Italian concert. Like many barbarians of old . . .

For the rest of the excellent article, click here.

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