Homebound Ministry - The parish of St. Edith Stein is looking for Eucharistic ministers who would be able to visit the homebound. Please call Karen at 508-586-6491 if you are interested in helping as a minister or if you would like a visit from someone in the parish.
Christ the King Projector Ministry - Christ the King is looking for volunteers who would be able to make Power Point presentations for the English Masses on Saturdays and Sundays. Volunteers are also needed to manage the projection during Mass. Training and equipment will be provided. For more information, please call Jan at 508-586-1575.

Protecting God’s Children

All of the clergy, office staff, and every volunteer is required to attend a Virtus—Protecting God’s Children training session, an archdiocese sponsored program which teaches an awareness of those persons and situations which could endanger our children. The state also requires volunteers to submit a yearly CORI form. If you have already taken the VIRTUS class, you do not need to take it again; however, it is mandatory for all new volunteers. Please click here for more information including upcoming dates and times for classes.

Music Ministry

We are blessed to have wonderful music at all our parishes! Won't you please consider joining us? All voices, and instrumentalists are welcome!

Our Lady of Lourdesrehearsals are held on most Thursday nights from September through May. Adult choir sings at the 10:00 mass. Teen choir sings at 12:00 mass. Teen choir rehearses briefly on some Sundays after mass. Contact Rich Cesarini via the parish office at 508-586-4715

Christ the King has two adult choirs: one for the Saturday 4:00pm Mass, and one for the Sunday 10:00am Mass. Both choirs combine for special liturgies during the year. Rehearsals are Wednesday evenings September through May in the church; the Saturday group meets at 6:30pm, the Sunday group at 7:00pm. Contact Theresa Ronan at 508-586-1575.

Saint Edith SteinChoir rehearsals at SES are on Tuesdays at 7 pm. The choir sings at the Sunday 9:30 mass only. The choir will resume singing the 9:30 the first weekend after labor day, and the next rehearsal will be on Tuesday, September 2,at 7pm. All are welcome. Please contact Jack Colombo at 508-586-6491.

Altar Server

Boys and girls from grade 4 and above, and adults, who assist the priest at the liturgy. Contact your parish office for more information.

Eucharistic Minister

Extraordinary Ministers of Communion who serve the Body and Blood of Christ at Mass and to the sick and homebound. Call the parish office for more information.


Reader who proclaim the Scriptures at Mass and other services.


Parish volunteers who warmly welcome parishioners as they enter the Church for Mass.


Volunteers who assist people to their seat if necessary. They also take up the collection.

St. Vincent de Paul Society

Founded in 1948, the St. Vincent de Paul Society has strived to administer to the poor and needy of the parish. The work of the Vincentians is funded solely by the contributions deposited in the St. Vincent de Paul boxes at the exits of the church, and the generosity of others who donate to our food pantry.  For information regarding the St. Vincent de Paul Society at Christ the King Parish, please contact the Parish office at 508-586-1575. At Saint Edith Stein Parish, please contact 508-586-6491.

Eucharistic Adoration

Christ the King Parish offers Eucharistic Adoration on Monday evenings in the church, beginning at 6:30pm. 

Our Lady of Lourdes has their Adoration Chapel open Monday-Friday from 9am-2pm.

St. Edith Stein Adoration is on Fridays at 7pm in Cape Verdean Creole.


The Rosary is prayed before daily Mass at Christ the King and St. Edith Stein parishes, and after the daily Mass at Our Lady of Lourdes.


Twentieth Century Club

The Twentieth Century Catholic Club was founded in 1905 to further Catholic educational, social and charitable aims.  Scholarships have been awarded annually since 1916 to deserving Catholic students.

The Church is a symbol of our common bond as is our religion.  Our meetings are a place where we can come together to make new friends.  We thank God for our blessings and pray that we may continue to fulfill His Will by making Him known, loved and served to all.  You are most welcome! The Twentieth Century Catholic Club meets on the second Tuesday of the month at Our Lady of Lourdes Church hall at 7:00 p.m.  For information, please contact Rosemary Burke at 508-285-4101, or our vice-president, Adele Killory at 508-586-7718.

Youth Group

This group is open to students grades 9-12, and has at least one activity per month. Contact Megan Fournier via OLOL, 508-586-4715.

Young Adult Group

Please click here for information!

Religious Education volunteers

Our Tri-Parish communities are always in need of volunteers to bring the Word of God to our youngsters, or to those adults looking to deepen their faith. The Tri-Parish Faith Formation Coordinator for Grades 1-8 is Marcia Hoyle-Walkama and for Confirmation Levels I and II is Deacon TIm Booker.

Catholic Daughters Court Our Lady of Lourdes #2396

is a member of  National and State organizations of Catholic women 18 years old or older who meet under the motto of Charity and Unity. There are monthly meetings on the third Tuesday of every month at 6:30 at OLOL church hall. We promote quality of life issues, education in our community through scholarships, work in our community and parishes fundraising for various charities as well as providing spiritual, social and cultural activities to our members. Contact person: Cathy Duford 508-588-0898

Ministry of Consolation

Our Tri-Parish Ministry of Consolation is here to assist families as they grieve and prepare the funeral celebration for a loved one. Some members contact the family, some offer prayers at the wake service, others help with writing cards, and preparing our annual Mass of Remembrance. For more information, please contact Ron Homer at 508-584-3412.

Knights of Columbus

In 1882, a young priest named Michael McGivney gathered a small group of Catholic layman together in the basement of St. Mary’s Church in New Haven, CT. That group formed a fraternal society to provide for its members and their families, while offering fellowship among Catholic men. That group became known as the Knights of Columbus. The Knights of Columbus’ – Seville Council here at St. Edith Stein started in 1894, 12 years after Father McGivney founded the Knights.

From these humble origins, the Knights of Columbus has grown into a fraternal order with more than 1.7 million members located in over 13,000 councils throughout the world. Each year, members of our organization donate millions of volunteer hours and millions of dollars to charitable and Church causes.  Besides performing good works, the Knights of Columbus provides a number of fraternal benefit programs to eligible members and their families.

Every Knights of Columbus council provides a wide variety of opportunities, projects and activities for members and their families to get involved in. We know time is one of the most valuable commodities in life and the amount of leisure and free time for the average person has decreased in recent years. Many outside influences are vying for the precious time that we all have.

However, if you believe in the importance of investing your time in friendship, the Church and helping others, we believe that the Knights of Columbus may be for you. The Knights is an organization of Catholic men and their families that derive a great sense of satisfaction from being able to develop lasting friendships with each other, while helping the less fortunate.

We would like to urge all men in this parish to consider joining the Knights of Columbus. And those who do belong to the Knights are encouraged to help a friend and his family, discover the opportunities available in the Knights.

Seville Council 93 for the Brockton Tri-Parishes meets on the second and fourth Monday of each month at Christ the King Parish. Contact Dana Boardman at 508-586-3076 for information regarding our chapter. Also check out our chapter web page by clicking here. The State Council for Massachusetts can be found by clicking here. For the Supreme Council website, please click here.


Spiritual Development Committee

The role of this committee is to stimulate parishioners growth in faith.   We are under the guidance of our Pastor .  The committee members write brief articles and announcements for the bulletin and announcements.   We coordinate the annual Rosary Rally, Distribute Divine Mercy Chaplet pamphlets, Organize the annual thanksgiving blessing of the bread.  Make available rosaries in October and May along with prayer partition in May (commemorating Mary our mother).   We help facilitate the Annual Parish Lenten retreat.   We monthly pray the Rosary for our priests, vocations & all religious after the meeting.   The meeting are held on the first or 2nd Thursday at LOL  Faith Formation center @t11:30.  Contact:  Dana Boardman 508-510-6910 or email: dana.boardman@g or Jean Gately at 508-586--2336 or email        New members are always welcomed.



Duties include preparing the altar for Mass and cleaning the altar following Mass.

Homebound Visitor


We are in need of volunteers to bring the Eucharist to our homebound and nursing homes. For more information at Christ the King Parish, contact Sr. Alice at 508-586-1575. At Our Lady of Lourdes, contact Scott Fearing at 508-586-4715. 

If you are homebound and would like to request a visit and Eucharist, please contact your parish office.










For a copy of the FY 2022 CORI form, please click here.

For a copy of the Archdiocesan Code of Conduct, please click here.