Heaven’s Light with Fr. Jim Blount
Tuesdays at 2 p.m. ET
Join Fr. Jim Blount for rich treasures of the faith, promoting the love of God, the peace of Our Lady, and living in God’s Divine Will. Fr. Blount keeps listeners captivated with his unique style, powerful stories, and deep love of each of the Persons of the Holy Trinity and the Blessed Mother. Fr. Blount’s enlightening conversations cover a range of topics important for spiritual growth, including sharing about devotions, people, and resources that may be unknown to many.
About Fr. Jim Blount
Fr. Jim Blount is an internationally known priest of the Society of Our Lady of the Trinity (SOLT) – Georgia Mission. A very gifted spiritual director and confessor, Fr. Blount is a powerful instrument of the Holy Spirit as evidenced by so many stories of miracles, healings, and conversions. He speaks of living a life in relationship with each of the Persons of the Holy Trinity. His teachings depict his deep love for the Eucharist. His intimate relationship, love, and devotion to Jesus and Mary draws many souls to also fall in love with them. His humble boldness and untiring drive to minister to the lost and ill are particularly noteworthy.
About the Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity (SOLT)
The greater family of the Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity (SOLT) was founded in 1958 by Fr. James Flanagan in the Archdiocese of Santa Fe, New Mexico. SOLT is composed of the Clerical Society of Apostolic Life, the Sisters’ Society of Apostolic Life, and the SOLT Lay Association. Members strive to live to the fullest their distinctive vocations in the Church: priests living in the image of Christ the Good Shepherd and the Head of his Mystical Body, brothers living and serving in fraternal communion, sisters living as consecrated spouses of Christ, and lay faithful living as members of Christ’s Body striving to sanctify the temporal order. Each of the vocations has its source and identity in the Most Holy Trinity. In their distinctiveness, the members of the various vocations complement one another on ecclesial family teams and in this way express in a profound way the nature of the Church and the grace of the Most Holy Trinity which sustains it.