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Some reflections for the Thanksgiving Season:

As we get ready to welcome family and friends, or to be welcomed, for a Thanksgiving meal that will nourish our bodies with all God’s blessing, I felt this first reflection would be relevant:

Luke 10 verses 41-42:  The Lord said to her in reply, “Martha, Martha, you are anxious and worried about many things. There is need of only one thing. Mary has chosen the better part and it will not be taken from her.”

General Directory for Catechesis , no. 50.  Disciples of Jesus Christ grow in their Christian life through constant nourishment from the word of God. 

Does the Lord find a welcomed and honored place in your home? How do you continue to be nourished in your faith life?

I also felt this second reflection would be relevant with the impending Black Friday and “official” start of the holiday shopping season.  How do we enjoy the experiences and partake of the activities and yet, maintain the proper perspective throughout?

Luke12  verse 15:  Then he said to the crowd, “Take care to guard against all greed, for though one may be rich, one’s life does not consist of possessions.”

Catechism of the Catholic Church, nos. 1987-1999.  Life in Christ results in a life of justification and grace. Justification cleanses us of our sins and puts us in communication with God and Jesus. The grace of the Holy Spirit brings this about.

What actions put me in closer communication with the Trinity and serve as an example to those I touch? How do I balance these actions with the current trends of consumerism, materialism, and the other "-isms" that divert attention from God?  


Heavenly Father, Your gifts are greater than I can imagine.  May I live each day with thanksgiving in my heart and praise on my lips.  Thank you for the gift of Your Son and for the promise of eternal life.  Let me share the joyous news of Jesus Christ and let my life be a thanksgiving for His love and His grace.  Amen.

Gratefully enjoy the time off with your family and friends.

Mr. Mike Amlin, principal

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See What's Happening at St. Wendelin Parish and School


SEE What's Happening at St. Wendelin Parish & School

St. Wendelin Parish & School is offering parishioners, alumni, staff, students and friends a way to share in all that is happening at both the parish and school.

Let us introduce another platform we are going to begin using soon! We want to give you a virtual eye into our classrooms, speakers, performances, athletic events, Masses and much more! That's right… We will be placing videos online for you to enjoy!!

What do you need to do? Register for a FREE account. Here you will be able to watch any video posted to the St. Wendelin Parish & School account! Soon you will begin to see videos of athletic events, plays, parent meetings and much more. Eventually, we also hope to post videos of at least one Mass per weekend available for viewing the following week.

In order to sign up for this FREE service, which is called High School Cube, please visit: . This service was created to help capture those live moments that are sometimes missed by long-distance family and friends.

Follow these simple steps to register.

  • Visit .
  • Click "Register for FREE." You can also register through Facebook.
  • Then, choose a "Cube Name." It can be first and last name if desired.
  • Use an e-mail address. This address will be e-mailed when a video is added.
  • Pick a desired password.
  • Find our parish and school account by searching "St. Wendelin Parish & School."
  • Choose your association with the school (ex. student, parent, teacher, etc.)
  • Then click "GO.”

Key checking back with your account to see if we have posted anything new! You will also receive e-mails letting you know if we have added another video!

Sign up today! Tell your family, friends and neighbors! Pass the word!


Flu season is upon us.

The most effective means of preventing the Flu is with the vaccine. Remind your children to wash their hands often and to cough into their arm rather than their hands. These measures will reduce the spread of illnesses considerably. For more information, please contact your personal care provider or the Seneca County General Health District at 419-447-3691.



Letter to Parents expaining this program

At St. Wendelin Catholic School, we are dedicated to providing a safe and secure learning environment for your children and our students. However, a variety of factors affect this environment we seek to create in our school. Recent studies have shown that over 20% of students feel unsafe at school due to direct or observed stressors.

Through the Catholic Diocese of Toledo, St. Wendelin has implemented a web-based incident reporting tool called TIPS. TIPS is a comprehensive platform for reporting, tracking and documenting incidents and concerns. TIPS empowers students, parents, teachers and community members to be heard and to anonymously report incidents and concerns. The goal of TIPS is prevention and to help identify red flags and warning signs before an incident occurs or escalates.


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