Exorcists in Poland Want to Talk About Madonna’s Evil Ways
About 23 years after she first ticked off the Catholic Church with 'Like a Prayer,' Madonna is once more a target for religious figures. And this time, they say it's serious -- and maybe Satanic.
A group of exorcists in Poland are meeting up to discuss the damage Madge has done to the moral fibers of her fans. No word on whether or not they deem Linda Blair or those priests who touch kids are evil as well.
Madonna's imagery and music will be a big topic at a conference of priests specially trained to expel demons from unsuspecting souls who occasionally like to bop to 'Material Girl.'
"Part of the conference is dedicated to the hidden subliminal message in communication, and the choice of this subject was inspired by the woman who dares to call herself Madonna," Father Andrzej Grefkowic, an exorcist and organizers of the conference, told The Telegraph. "We've been worried about her concerts."
Grefkowic seems to not realize that Madonna actually didn't call herself Madonna -- it's her birth name, and for a while she wanted to be called Esther -- but whatever. Apparently her onstage faux crucifixion is a point of contention, but it doesn't stop there.
The group also claims that the increasing popularity of tattoos, body piercing, horoscopes and magic shows can corrupt otherwise holy folk.
Madonna's a Leo, so chances are she'll find a way to make this entire conference about her. Maybe while sawing herself in half.