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Welcome to St. Basil Catholic Parish
Honoring our Past - Beginning our Future!

1735 Brownsville Road, Pittsburgh, (Carrick), PA 15210
412-882-9763
Send comments or questions to stbasilparish@comcast.net
Contact Lou Ann Shannon at
pgcstbasilparish@comcast.net
WEEKLY SCHEDULE
Saturday
4:00 pm
Sunday
10:30 am
Weekday Masses
8:00 am on Tuesday, Thursday,
and Saturday



















Getting Married?
Baptism
classes are scheduled through
Deacon Mike Babcock at
412-844-7744 x206. Call the rectory
office at 412-882-9763 or Deacon Mike
to register or for more information.


Saint Basil Parish offers
diocesan approved Pre-Cana
classes for couples ready for
marriage.
Our next program is
scheduled Friday, April 10 &
Saturday, April 11 2015.

Please contact the parish office
at 412-882-9763 to register or for
more information.

Large Print Worship Aids
Neighboring Parish Masses
Saturday Vigil:
St. Albert the Great: 4:00 pm
Sunday:
St. Wendelin: 8:00 am
St. Norbert: 9:00 am
St. Albert: 11:30 am
Daily Masses
St. Wendelin: 8:00 am
Mon. Wed., Fri.
St. Albert: 9:00 am
Mon., Wed., Fri.
St. Norbert: 9:00 am
Tues., Thurs., Sat.
People today need to turn to
Christ once again in order to
receive from him the answer to
their questions about what is
good and what is evil. Christ is the
teacher who is always present in
his church and in the world.
----Pope John Paul II
The Splendor of Truth ---8.6.'93

Healing our Hearts through Forgiveness


~ Henri Nouwen
How can we forgive those who do not want to be forgiven?
Our deepest desire is that the forgiveness we offer will be
received. This mutuality between giving and receiving is what
creates peace and harmony. But if our condition for giving
forgiveness is that it will be received, we seldom will forgive!
Forgiving the other is first and foremost an inner movement.
It is an act that removes anger, bitterness, and the desire for
revenge from our hearts and helps us to reclaim our human
dignity. We cannot force those we want to forgive into
accepting our forgiveness. They might not be able or willing
do so. They may not even know or feel that they have
wounded us.
The only people we can really change are ourselves. Forgiving
others is first and foremost healing our own hearts.