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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (July 2007) Church of Humanity Publication information Publisher Marvel Comics First appearance Uncanny X-Men #395 (2001) Created by Joe Casey Chuck Austen Ian Churchill In-story information Type of organization Religious cult/Terrorist Leader(s) Supreme Pontiff Agent(s) General Vicar Mister Clean The Church of Humanity is an anti-mutant, Christian-based religious sect/hate group in the Marvel Universe. It was created by Joe Casey, though Uncanny X-Men writer Chuck Austen featured the cult in a controversial storyline which involved an elaborate plan to install the recently ordained Nightcrawler as Pope and stage a false Rapture using incendiary communion wafers as part of a plot to topple the Catholic Church (although the Rapture, as a concept, is not generally considered valid by Catholicism). Contents 1 History 2 Members 3 References 4 External links History The Church of Humanity preaches that Man is created in God's image, but Mutants are not. They are the more radical offshoot of the Friends of Humanity anti-mutant group, but with a religious discourse, similar to the Purifiers, the followers of Reverend William Stryker. The Church of Humanity is similar to real-life white supremacist religious groups such as the Christian Identity movement.[1] Church of Humanity crucified some mutants on the lawn on the X-Mansion including Skin, Magma and Jubilee. Archangel used his healing blood to revive Magma and Jubilee, but, apparently, Skin, among several others didn't have the same luck. The X-Men investigate and find the headquarters of the Church of Humanity.[2] Members Supreme Pontiff is the leader of the Church of Humanity.[3] General Vicar. Mister Clean. References ^ "The psychology of superheroes". http://internal.psychology.illinois.edu/~lyubansk/xmen.pdf.  ^ Weiner, Robert G. (2008). Marvel graphic novels and related publications: an annotated guide to comics, prose novels, children's books, articles, criticism and reference works. McFarland. p. 105. ISBN 9780786425006. http://books.google.fr/books?id=npIsZV7grboC. Retrieved March 26, 2011.  ^ http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=299 External links Church of Humanity at the Comic Book DB All-New, All-Different: Chuck Austen talks 'Uncanny X-Men' New Mutants Week: Magma This Marvel Comics supervillain-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e