In their rejection of Christianity, they lose any grasp on its terminology, at least where Catholicy is concerned…
MEDIA OUTLETS STRUGGLE WITH CHRISTIAN TERMINOLOGY DURING HOLY WEEK
In the days leading up to Easter Sunday, both the New York Times and the Associated Press appeared to have a difficult time with Christian imagery.
The New York Times reported that Father Jean-Marc Fournier, who went into the still-burning Notre Dame Cathedral to rescue any relics he could, identified one of the objects Fournier saved as “a statue of Jesus.”
Upon reading the piece, the New York Post’s Sohrab Ahmari theorized that reporter Elian Peltier had likely heard the phrase “body of Christ” and, not realizing that it was a reference to the Eucharist, assumed it was a literal body or statue.