We know that Foxworld isn't exactly concerned with presenting material in a factually, accurate manner. We also know that Fox is very Christian. But what those who write Fox chyrons don't seem to know is that not all Christian ceremony is the same and that a Christian non-denominational service is not the same thing as a "Mass" which is a specific, liturgical ceremony done in Roman/Eastern Rite Catholic, Anglican, and Lutheran churches. This morning, the chyron for a Fox & Friends "Fight for Faith" piece, about services at the non-denominational Daytona Beach Drive In Christian Church, described the preaching service as a Mass. It's not and I suspect that Foxpriest Fr. Jonathan Morris would say the same thing. Good to see the Fox brain room on the job.
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