Thursday, March 28, 2013


 On June 25 Michael Jackson will be remembered
in one of the most important churches in Rome.




Michael's Dangerous girls group are happy to announce that, after being in contact for a long time with the Vicarage and Diocese of Rome (who we are heartily thankful to), we have been granted such an important location for our event. 


On June 25 Michael Jackson will be remembered in one of the most important churches in Rome, “Santa Maria in Montesanto”, known as the “Church of the Artists” because for over 50 years every Sunday a Holy Mass is celebrated in the presence of famous people in the entertainment industry, culture and art. In that same church, located in one of the most beautiful squares in the world – Piazza del Popolo, funerals of people connected to the world of art, film and music are often celebrated. 


In this church, at 7:30 p.m., to honor Michael Jackson four years after his passing, a Mass will be celebrated by Father Walter Insero, who we’d like to thank for understanding our desire to help others and the real meaning that’s the core of every initiative of ours.


After the ceremony, the group "All Over Gospel Choir" will perform a few Michael Jackson’s songs as well as some classic gospel repertoire.
 



 EVENT PAGE



MICHAEL'S DANGEROUS GIRLS IN COLLABORATION WITH
 CARLA DE FELICI OF MICHAEL JACKSON ITALIAN FOUNDATION


The cultural and artistic impact of Michael Jackson in his singing production involves social problems about the disadvantaged, the neglect, the abused people and those living in abandon.


The art of Michael Jackson aims to help people reflecting about the problems that destroy our planet and break up our society day after day. His music is meant to give love to those who don’t have love and his entire life has been a continuous offering: Michael Jackson devoted himself, his time and his money to the children and the most vulnerable people.


His mission was "TO BE THE VOICE OF THE VOICELESS"


All in the name of love, that unconditional love that should be the basis of all human relationships, but that too often people forget to give each other.

On June 25, 2009, an extraordinary human being left us, but his voice didn’t follow the same fate ... rather it spread throughout the world, instilling love in the hearts of many people. Since then, that voice echoed everywhere, rejuvenated by those who have been able to grasp his message, and his legacy lives on as an example of consistency, genius, magic and art.


But the most important legacy of Michael Jackson is the neighborly love and the ability to make a change, to "make the world a better place" starting with the man in the mirror.


Surrounded by envy, Michael became the target of slander, yet he consistently put anyone else before himself, creating an immortal music that will continue to sing his love forever.


On June 25, 2013, at 19.30 will be celebrated by the Rector of Don Walter Insero in the Basilica of Santa Maria in Montesanto, known to all as the church of the artists in Piazza del Popolo, a mass suffrage in honor of Michael Jackson.


At the end of the liturgy the group "All Over Gospel Choir" will perform a few Michael Jackson's songs alternated with the traditional gospel repertoire
http://www.allover-choir.org/index1.htm


Like any initiative dedicated to Michael Jackson, this is for charity and all your contributions will be donated to the AMOC Onlus (an Italian association helping to prevent colon-rectum cancer)
http://www.amoc.it/


All the participants who can’t be present at the event will receive by e-mail a souvenir personalized with their own names. Please note that the souvenir is still in the making, so it may not be sent contextually to the donation. 


Those who we’ll have the pleasure to meet in Rome will receive the gift personally.


Donations can be sent through Paypal at the following address:

blasi.cristiana@tiscali.it



Thank you!


1 comment:

Rev. Catherine M. Gross, Ed.D said...

This is SO exciting! It is awesome! My heart leaped to my throat when I read this. I am happy to tears about this. Oh my Lord! ...unspeakable joy.

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