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Welcome to UnNews Religion Section.

Spirituality in the news.

UnNews takes a dim view of religion, especially those which practice old time rituals like "Hyenamancy". That being said, spirituality is an bottomless well of humor. George W. Bush, the Pope and Westboro Baptist Church get their fair share of ribbing here. Not to be too discriminating, we extend our wit to all faiths and cults, whackos and nutjobs, the saintly and the blasphemous. Your cross to bear, dear reader, is the occasional fact sprinkled among this journalistic gem store, and for this, we apologize.


Religion in UnNews

Vatican forgiven by Beatles

VATICAN, Rome -- The Beatles have forgiven the Vatican for their "satanic behavior" -- but Ringo Starr, the legendary band's drummer, says they hardly deserve it. “Just look at their history! Burning dolly-birds! Boiling people! The Rack! Bloody-hell! What kind of religion is that?” Starr asked the media. more...


Religion News Quote of the Moment

Meh... I'll worship just about anything.

~ anonymous Druid on what to worship

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Obama, with visible halo, casts out John McCain's demons. "I ain't never seen so many Goddamn demons in mah life," said eyewitness Lou-Ann Kerschnickerty, a veteran of over 6000 demon casting-out ceremonies.

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Religion in UnNews

Christianity becomes even more confusing

BADGER PAW, Michigan -- Members of a home-grown Christian denomination took to the streets of this quiet, rural community of 1600 people. The Badger Paw Christian Church of Christ, Certain Apostles and Saints, and Miracles Pending poured from their meeting house today, bearing signs calling for the rejection of Christ in return for bacon, binging and purging for Jesus, and more duty-free shops at the Canadian border. more...


Religion in UnNews

Pope concerned about spherical earth
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SYDNEY, Australia - Pope Benedict XVI, currently visiting Australia for Catholic World "Youth Day", seems very thoughtful these last days. The sojourn to the other side of the earth might have rocked the way he sees the world a little. more...

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