Madonna to be discussed at exorcist meeting in Poland

Melbourne: Madonna will feature on the agenda of a secretive five-day meeting of European exorcists in Poland, it has been revealed.

The singer, who has often triggered Christian ire, will come under scrutiny for her work by the group who are "trained in the art of defeating demons, treating satanic possession and looking for the devil in a section of the conference dedicated to finding evil in popular culture," the Daily Telegraph reported.

Father Andrzej Grefkowic, an exorcist and one of the organisers of the conference, told the publication that 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.

The secretive conference, which will be attended by around 300 exorcists and lay specialists, will take place at the Jasna Gora monastery - the most holy site in Poland.