God and the Magical Kingdom aren't subjects you'd normally link. But the Kingston, Ont.-born Porter says the connection is there.
"The theme park productions, fireworks displays and so on always involve a morality tale and a requirement of the audience to believe in the power of good, and believe in the power of wishes," she said.
Disney and religion (or should I say, "religious" people) have had several "entanglements", so this isn't anything new. The Southern Baptists had a failed boycott a few years ago due to Disney's liberal policies towards Gays and their "approval" of Gay Days. (Strange that you don't hear about atheists boycotting Disney because of its observance of Christmas and other religious events). In fact, I think Disney is still on some boycott list somewhere.
On the other hand, we have heard about people having a "religious experience" visiting WDW.
Still, some time a cigar is just a cigar, and one can risk reading way too much into something benign.