From the article: "This Christmas, no prayers will be said in several megachurches around the country. Even though the holiday falls this year on a Sunday, when churches normally host thousands for worship, pastors are canceling services, anticipating low attendance on what they call a family day."
That's just nuts. Sure, maybe attendance will be low because there are presents to open, toys to play with, and relatives to visit. But still, if these "mega-churches" are actual churches, isn't there some rule that says they must hold services on a Sunday? Cancelling is just admitting that they're in it for the money.