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Funny story: Westminster Cathedral 'sold to the Chinese'

Westminster Cathedral 'sold to the Chinese'

London - A reported $100 million has exchanged hands in a property deal that will see the fin de si├Ęcle erection taken down brick by brick (sic) and transported to Shanghai. Chinese officials said today the cathedral will be rebuilt on the banks o...
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Funny story: Time is Running Out for the Cathedral

Time is Running Out for the Cathedral

It was revealed today that the glass structured church, the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California, is in financial trouble and is filing for bankruptcy. Membership and donations had been declining since founder Dr.Robert Schuller retired a...
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Funny story: Pope Benedict goes to wrong cathedral in Westminster

Pope Benedict goes to wrong cathedral in Westminster

The Pope made a very common - but highly embarrassing - mistake when he tried to take mass yesterday in London. He initially turned up at Westminster Abbey - knowing that is where the Kings of Queens of England have been crowned, where the greatest m...
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Funny story: Cut-Price Bishops Not Up To The Job

Cut-Price Bishops Not Up To The Job

The Archbishop of Canterbury has confirmed that the Church of England has cancelled its controversial supply contracts with various Eastern European states.
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Kerry Deals With Hostage Crisis

A spokesman for the U.S. State Department announced that Secretary of State John Kerry has been taken hostage by Iranian terrorists and is involved in negotiations demanding his immediate release.
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