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

1735 Brownsville Road, Pittsburgh, (Carrick), PA 15210
Send comments or questions to
Contact Lou Ann Shannon at
4:00 pm
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.
Parents are required to attend this one-hour
presentation and godparents are highly
encouraged to attend prior to having their
baby baptized.

Saint Basil Parish offers
diocesan approved Pre-Cana
classes for couples ready for
Our next program is
scheduled for the Spring of
(Date TBD)
Please contact the parish office
at 412-882-9763 to register or for
more information.

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Neighboring Parish Masses
Saturday Vigil:
St. Albert the Great: 4:00 pm
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.
Something Hardly Noticeable
Second Sunday of Advent
~ Henri Nouwen
"A shoot shall sprout from the stump of Jesse, and from his roots a
bud shall blossom. The spirit of the LORD shall rest upon him."
...The small child of Bethlehem, the unknown young man of Nazareth,
the rejected preacher, the naked man on the cross, he asks for my full
attention. The work of our salvation takes place in the midst of a
world that continues to shout, scream, and overwhelm us with its claims
and promises. But the promise is hidden in the shoot that sprouts
from the stump, a shoot that hardly anyone notices.
Christmas Eve Liturgy
4:00 pm - celebrated at all four parishes
10:00 pm - St. Albert the Great
11:00 pm - St. Basil
Midnight - St. Wendelin
Christmas Day Liturgy
8:00 am - St. Wendelin
9:00 am - St. Norbert
10:00 am - St. Basil
11:00 am -
St. Albert the Great