Correction of the Day

As a self-satisfied atheist, I quite enjoyed the NYT article the other day, in which it was revealed that atheists and agnostics scored highest in a test about knowledge of religion.

Though I enjoyed the following correction even more:

An article on Tuesday about a poll in which Americans fared poorly in answering questions about religion misspelled the name of a beatified Roman Catholic nun and Nobel Peace Prize winner. She was Mother Teresa, not Theresa.

Jhesus Christ! I guess some what-research-has-proved-to-be-stupid-Christian wrote the original article.

via The Awl