We are honored that you have visited our website! Please explore the various pages of information to learn more about our vibrant community. If you have any questions about our parish please e-mail usIf you are new to the area or looking for a faith community, we invite you to stop by and visit us this Sunday! Feel free to download the Parish Registration Form or contact our parish office at (724) 539-8629.

Check out all of our upcoming online events
at our Events page or the Calendar to the right on this page !


Public Masses Suspended . Other Events Modified

As concerns surrounding the spread of the coronavirus continue to grow, Bishop Edward C. Malesic, after consulting with the Presbyteral Council and senior staff, has decided to temporarily suspend all weekday and weekend public Masses (obligation suspended) in the Diocese of Greensburg effective Wednesday, March 18th.

Due to COVID-19 precautions, the parish staff is now working from home, BUT we ARE working!!  Please call and leave a detailed message on one of our phone extensions with your name, number and the reason for your call. We will be checking our voicemail from home frequently and we will get back to you as soon as possible!

Staff information with phone extensions can be found at  http://basilicaparishstv.org/staff-2/

The Basilica is OPEN for private prayer daily

from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Confession is available in the Basilica Monday to Friday from 12 noon to 1 pm.  Please maintain social distancing and follow the instructions posted in the Basilica. 

Confession on Saturday or other times on weekdays are by appointment.  Please call Fr. Thomas Curry, O.S.B. at 724-539-8629, ext. 13 or Fr. Daniel O’Keefe, O.S.B. at 724-539-8629, ext. 12 to make an appointment.

Bishop Malesic urges the faithful to remember in their prayers all those whose lives have been impacted by the coronavirus outbreak.

“This is a seriously contagious illness. We have trust that God will see us through but we must do our part to not overwhelm our hospital systems. We have a responsibility to our neighbors. These actions help us to be proactive in stopping the spread of the disease,” Bishop Malesic said.

Priests will continue to respond to all pastoral emergencies and provide Anointing of the Sick for the critically ill and dying.


While public Mass is being suspended during this time, the diocese recognizes that many other important events need to be considered.

  • For baptisms, funerals and weddings, an effort to scale back attendance to immediate family would be preferred.
  • Bread sales, all faith formation programs and the public celebration of Stations of the Cross, Chaplet of Divine Mercy, Morning/Evening Prayer and Rosary are all suspended.


The Diocese of Greensburg encourages parishioners to stay connected to their faith.

  • Mass will be streamed across the diocese on Sunday mornings at 9 a.m. The link will be available on the diocesan website and all social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
  • Online resources including Home Prayer Services and pray-along Rosary videos will be available beginning this weekend.
  • Daily prayers for the sick will also be available on all diocesan social media platforms.

As the situation develops, the diocese will be working with parishes on an outreach plan to those who will be most affected by illness or the isolation that coronavirus creates.

Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA) News

On the  3rd, 4th and 5th Sundays of Lent, the Church celebrates the scrutinies for the unbaptized elect. These prayers of exorcism are meant to uncover and then heal all that is weak, defective or sinful in the hearts of the elect, Kevin and Samantha.  Please pray for them.


Check out our Parish Office staff in our “The Parish Office” parody video !!

Parish Facebook Page.


Saint Vincent Basilica Parish

A Roman Catholic Church in the Diocese of Greensburg staffed by Benedictines of Saint Vincent Archabbey in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. Mass times are Saturdays at 5 pm, Sundays at 7:30, 9:30 and 11:30. Weekday mass times are in our bulletin at www.basilicaparishstv.org .
Saint Vincent Basilica Parish
Saint Vincent Basilica Parish
Fr. Tom will celebrate Mass tomorrow, Friday, April 3 at 8 a.m. Join through the Saint Vincent livestream: https://livestream.com/accounts/7242207/events/9065179

Or watch the video anytime later througout the day!
Saint Vincent Basilica Parish
Saint Vincent Basilica Parish
If you missed it, join the STV e-prayer group as we deeply reflect upon Psalm 23 and turn to God with trust amid the uncertainties of life.
Saint Vincent Basilica Parish
The Lord is my Shepherd in Him I Trust
Join the STV e-prayer group in deeply reflect upon Psalm 23 as we turn to God and trust amid the uncertainties of life.
Saint Vincent Basilica Parish
Saint Vincent Basilica Parish
Our parish staff offers up a prayer to everyone affected by this pandemic. Pray with us, the Community Prayer in Time of Pandemic.
Saint Vincent Basilica Parish
Saint Vincent Basilica Parish
Thanks to all who joined us tonight!! If you missed it, check out this extended lesson with Father Thomas Curry, OSB preparing us for the celebration of Holy Week with a look at Good Friday.
Saint Vincent Basilica Parish
Easter Triduum: The Passion of the Lord
Father Tom Curry, O.S.B., pastor of Saint Vincent Basilica Parish leads us through a reflection on the three key elements of the Good Friday Commemoration: T...
Saint Vincent Basilica Parish
Saint Vincent Basilica Parish
Bridget, Miriam, and Rory have a quick message to all of our Children's Faith Formation and Youth Ministry families!
Saint Vincent Basilica Parish




All Public Masses are

suspended at this time


Sacrament of Reconciliation 

Due to COVID-19 precautions, please keep at least 6 feet away

from any other person in the Basilica at all times!

Reconciliation Schedule at the Basilica

Weekdays :  noon – 1:00 p.m.

Saturdays and other times on weekdays : By appointment


Saint Vincent Basilica Parish
300 Fraser Purchase Road
Latrobe, PA 15650

Parish Office 724 539 8629