There is no doubt that the English language, at least in this country, is being changed. I wouldn't say it is intentional unless the Devil is trying, to as we say, to 'muddy the water'. What I am saying is that in the past (yes, I'm from the past) there were certain protocols that used certain words at certain times and in certain places and when talking about certain things. There was even 'we don't talk about that in public'. Then to speak of certain things required reverence and respect. It seems that those times have past.The out come of this trend is to use fewer and fewer words to discuss completely different concepts. This is especially true when discussing things which are holy as opposed to things that are not. We seem to have forgotten that reverence is not only a place but must be taken account in the way we verbally express concepts that have to do with the sacred.If we stay on the track to which we seem to be going, our children and grandchildren and maybe we ourselves, will not be able to discern the sacred from the profane. God help us!