Not really. Especially not in America and the British Commonwealth, English (and Protestant) central. Which means most of the content we see in English is through that lens.
No, they are. You listen to the majority of them, and they're angry, disaffected Protestants, many from religious families with incomplete or poorly-made doctrine (like most in America). I'll do you one better: the Soviet Cosmists (AKA, Communist mystics) believed in a technologically-engineered resurrection of all the dead as a responsibility of the State. The way Lenin's body was preserved is expressly in spiteful mockery of incorrupt saints' bodies kept in Russian churches until the Revolution. Even the supposed ethos of taking all the wealth in the country and ostensibly
spreading it to everyone is a travesty of Christian ethos.
All of this is plain to see, so long as you sit outside the Catholic/Protestant divide.