I'm afraid that there is no longer any choice. Christmas has become very much secularized and there is no way to go back on that.
However, if you are coming at this from a Christian perspective, there is no reason that a sacred Christmas cannot coincide with a secular Christmas. In our personal lives, it is very possible to emphasize to our children, for example, the true meaning of Christmas. That does not have to detract from their ability to enjoy the presents.
As a society, it is not so easy. It will be difficult to emphasize the sacred aspects of Christmas outside of church settings. However, churches can and should emphasize this aspect of Christmas with things like public nativity scenes on their own property.
I do not think that a secularized Christmas has to be a threat to those who want it to be sacred as well. They simply have to make sure that the maintain the sacred aspect in their own homes and churches.