Madonna continues to shock using Christian symbols in new show, regrets Catholic League


The singer Madonna kicked off her “Confessions” tour in Los Angeles yesterday.  Between political statements and oral sex jokes, Madonna found the time to don a crown of thorns, hang from a mirrored cross and croon her ballad “Live to Tell” in front of a screen flashing images from the Third World.  

On this, Catholic League president Bill Donohue made a few comments.

Hoping  for a better respect of religious beliefs and symbols were raised “when the Material Girl first embraced Kabbalah,” Donohue continues, “we thought her new-found faith would inspire her to show some respect for religion.  It stands to reason that a woman whose faith is so important to her that she drags her rabbi to her concerts would not want to mock the faith of others.”

“But I guess you really can’t teach an old pop star new tricks.  Madonna has been spicing up her act with misappropriated Christian imagery for a long time now.  Perhaps she can’t arouse any interest in her work without it.  Poor Madonna keeps trying to shock.  But all she succeeds in doing is coming across as a boring bigot. 

 “Do us all a favor, Madge, and stick to singing and dancing.  Knock off the Christ-bashing.  It’s just pathetic.” Donohue concluded.


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