Hello, all- We're long-time Celebrity and Royal Caribbean cruisers and noted something that may be just a perception, or perhaps a trend. I'd appreciate learning of your experiences. Celebrity has a priest on every sailing to conduct Masses. Royal Caribbean, on the two Easter cruises we've taken (most recent one just ended) likewise has a priest to conduct daily and Easter Mass. Jewish passengers are afforded a venue in which to conduct Sabbath services. However, everyone else is lumped into the "nondenominational" category, and I have experienced (with one exception, noted below) no services of any kind--even on Easter, the highlight of the Christian calendar. On our most recent Easter cruise, there was a note in the daily Cruise Compass that read, "Nondenominational Easter Service on channel 27 from 8:30-11:00." It turned out to be an endless loop of a 30-minute Joel Osteen presentation mostly hyping his new book, and in no way talking about Easter. The one exception to the lack of worship services for the non-Catholic, non-Jewish cruisers was a service conducted by John and Katrina Blair (cruise director and activity director, respectively) on the Enchantment some years ago. Has anyone else either experienced an opportunity afloat to worship, or noticed what seems to be some institutional apathy towards the majority of Christian believers? I'd be curious what your experiences are.