To the Editor:
As Christmas draws near, we want to celebrate the birth of Jesus (without) being told in some cases that school children can’t sing songs using his name and nativity scenes can’t be put in public places. (Aren’t all people part of the public?)
Why do people who don’t believe in God (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) spend too much time and effort trying to keep others from acknowledging their beliefs. The only time they don’t mind God’s name being spoken is if its a swear word. Doesn’t make sense, does it?
At this time of the year, let’s remember the true meaning of Christmas, to celebrate the birth of Jesus. He was born to become our savior to free us from our sins, which he did 33 years later when he died on the cross. We all need him.
Merry Christmas to all. — Maxine Skiba, Pierz