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The Unionist Church, also known as the Church of Unionism is one of the largest, most widespread religions in North America, spread across much of the former Northeast United States. Centered around the Papal States in the formerly American city of Washington, the Unionist religion is headed by a central religious leader who is also president of the Papal States.
The religion of Unionism was born out of the beliefs created by Chester Hale Fitzgerald, who would later become George I of the Papal States. Based on pseudo Christianity, Unionism adopts elements from American propaganda and American exceptionalism, with the founding fathers of the United States being deified, and American symbols being holy sites.
The head of the religion is the Pope, who exercises absolute control over the church within an elective absolute monarchy. It is claimed by the Papacy that this power originates from the American Empire, which supposedly granted the first pope complete power over the empire via the Donation of Lincoln, a forged American imperial decree. The document has since been used in support of claims of political authority by the Papacy.