O Come, Emmanuel

Mary Ann
Lovely reflection.
Thanks for the beautifully written and artfully arranged newsletter. I appreciated it a lot. One suggestion. I would send it on to my family etc. if it were a bit less focused on the “faithful” who are Churched.(Second column) Church-going people are fewer and perhaps a twist of “remembering” the hymn haunting our memories since earlier Advent seasons might reach more?
Your O Come, Emmanuel script is very well done. I like that you tell of the loneliness people experience in the Advent Season. And, there are varied forces causing loneliness. Living alone for example, of which I am a part, can be lonely or luxurious. Remembering that Jesus is always there takes away loneliness or even never allows loneliness to enter.