Insurers have withdrawn the cover on their virginity taken out by three sisters in the event of the second coming of Christ.
Essex-based Britishinsurance.com confirmed it had provided the £1m policy, but said it was reviewed on Thursday following complaints.
The siblings had paid £100 annually since 2000. If they had secured a payout, they stood to receive £1m.
He added: "The Catholic Church is up in arms about what we've been doing. We have withdrawn the cover because it was causing a furore.
It would have been interesting to see them prove the case should they have become "immaculately pregnant".