All graduates of the Seminary – priests, religious and laity – are part of the alumni fabric of the Seminary of Christ the King

Since 1931, the Seminary of Christ the King has sought to form priests, deacons, religious and lay people after the heart of Christ. Among the seminary’s alumni, there are over 245 priests who have been educated in whole or in part at the Seminary of Christ the King, as well as 1200 alumni who are laymen, many of them closely associated with priests and outstandingly dedicated to the work of the Church.

The Alumni Association, founded in 2013, hopes to maintain and extend this spirit of true apostolic zeal, while striving to perpetuate in its members a likeness to their Divine Model as witnesses of the Gospel.

Alumni Association

The Association was founded to maintain and extend the spirit of true apostolic zeal in the priests who have been trained at the Seminary of Christ the King, while seeking to aid priests, permanent deacons, religious, and lay people to fulfill their vocations and encourage among them the practice of fraternal charity and mutual assistance. For more information about the Association’s purpose, mission, membership and governance. See: