A new religious group using chocolate coated cookies and Cola for communion purposes has outstripped all popular religions in church attendance figures according to "Which Church" magazine. Normally a kind of nasty old bread called Hosta is used. This is a portion of bread used for Holy Communion in many Christian churches. In Western Christianity the host is often a hideous thin, round unleavened wafer.
Roman Catholics use unleavened cardboard bread Host for the Celebrant and old supermarket bread for the communicants.
The newly formed "Church of Modern Day Biscuit Dipping" has been packing out its premises every Sunday with high calorie communions since it was launched. Tea or cola is provided to dunk the biscuits in, with bowls of free peanuts on the altar. Other churches are said to be experimenting with similar ideas.