"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."
Religious Education Forms
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 or drop in the collection basket.
Videos of parishioner Ryan (Modern Papist on YouTube) interviewing Fr. Eric Fedewa, Pastor of St. Basil the Great (click the images for the videos):
1. Regarding attempted (invalid) baptisms
2. How Did You Become a Priest?
3. Liturgical Abuse!
Fr. Eric's Talk at the Divine Mercy Center in Clinton Township on 10/4/20: "Trusting in the Divine Mercy and the Intercession of St. Michael the Archangel" (click image below)
St. Basil the Great in the News
VERY important letter to the faithful from Archbishop Vigneron regarding the Vatican's recent Note on Baptism and the invalid formula used by Deacon Mark Springer from 1986-1999 at St. Anastasia in Troy, MI:
Also, the FAQ is very helpful in answering questions:
8:30am & 10:30am
8:30am (ad orientem)
(1st Sat. Devotions After Holy Mass)
7:00pm (ad orientem)
|Holy Days of Obligation||
Confession half hour before each
The 10:30am Sunday Holy Mass and daily Masses (M, T, W, F, Sat) are live-streamed. From Monday, November 23rd and on, attendance at Sunday Mass and Holy Days of Obligation will once again be obligatory in the Archdiocese of Detroit (one is never under obligation if ill or unable to physically attend Mass).
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.
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?
22851 Lexington Ave.
Eastpointe, MI 48021