Our Catholic Faith
The beliefs of the Catholic Church are rooted in the New Testament and in the traditions of the early Church handed down through the centuries.
The apostles and disciples preached the gospel in many places in the Mediterranean world. Church communities in important cities, Antioch (Syria), Alexandria (Egypt) and Rome, gave rise to a style of worship and expression of the faith particular to them. Smaller communities in the sphere of influence of one of these cities adopted its style which led to the development of different traditions. Over the years other cities rose to prominence and developed their own style.
The result of those different traditions is twenty-three churches which comprise the one Catholic Church. These twenty-three churches, one western and twenty-two eastern, are united by the same faith while expressing it in different ways.
Southeast Florida is fortunate to have Byzantine, Maronite, Melkite, Roman, Syro-Malabar and Ukrainian churches. Catholics may fulfill their Sunday worship duty at any of these.
St. Basil Catholic Church follows the Byzantine tradition.
St. Basil Church serves Catholics and all people of good faith in Miami-Dade and South Broward county.
Our church is located at 1475 NE 199th Street, Miami, FL.
Fr. John Fink serves as Administrator.
His phone is 305-651-0991.
Feast Vigil 7:30pm
Feast Day 9:00am
Mystery of Repentance
Saturday 5pm - 6pm (call to confirm)
Church Telephone 305-651-0991
Church Facsimile 786-320-5126
Church E-mail email@example.com
Parish Hall 786-320-5125
Our hall rental coordinator is available 10 am to 4 pm on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
From I-95 Take Exit 16, go west, turn left at 15th Court, follow street as it bends to the right. The entrance is to the right of the traffic circle.
From 441 Go east toward I-95, turn right at 15th Court, follow street as it bends to the right. The entrance is to the right of the traffic circle.
From Biscayne Boulevard Go west toward I-95, go over I-95, turn left at 15th Court, follow street as it bends to the right. The entrance is to the right of the traffic circle.
Map available here.