"St. Basil the Great Catholic Church's mission is the salvation of souls for Jesus Christ in and through His Bride the Holy Roman Catholic Church."

Mass Propers Chanted by our Music Director Stephanie Yu

Congratulations Jada on your Baptism, Confirmation, and First Holy Eucharist!

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St. Basil the Great in the News

Detroit Catholic Article:
Interview with Teresa Tomeo on Ave Maria Radio 990, April 7th, 2020:
Interview with Teresa Tomeo on Ave Maria Radio 990, April 14th, 2020:
Article from Our Sunday Visitor May 1st 2020
“Shepherding Amid a Pandemic”

Interested in registering at St. Basil the Great?  click the form below or pick one up in the gathering space of the church near the main entrance and mail / deliver the completed form to the office.

Sunday 8:30am & 10:30am


Confession 3:00pm





Confession 8:00am



Rosary  & 

Confession 6:30pm

Holy Days of Obligation

8:30am, 12:00pm,

& 7:00pm

Regular Mass and confession schedule has resumed since Tuesday, May 19th.  The 10:30am Sunday Holy Mass is now live-streamed.  Sunday, September 6th is when attendance at Sunday Mass will once again be obligatory in the Archdiocese of Detroit (one is never under obligation if ill or unable to physically attend Mass).


The Archdiocese requires the wearing of a mask or other nose and mouth covering in the church and six feet of social distancing from individuals who are not members of one’s own household.


Collection Envelopes can be mailed or dropped through the mail slot on the front door of the office if you are unable to attend Holy Mass during this time.  For online Offertory giving click here or near the top of the page.


Let us pray COVID-19 and fear is overcome through our fervent prayer to Our Lord Jesus Christ.  Know of my prayers and please keep me in yours!


In Christ through Mary,


Fr. Eric Fedewa, Pastor

Tuesdays   12:00pm - 7:00pm

Every vocation in the Church comes from and through Christ Jesus. It is he who calls. Spending time in Eucharistic Adoration with our Divine Lord and Friend is a good place to go to ask what he wants with our life. Why not spend some time each week in adoration, in union, in contemplation of the Lord present in the Eucharist?