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Living in the Light of Victory (with Fr. Justin Brady)
In this episode we have brought back special guest Fr. Justin Brady to talk about how to live in the victory of the resurrection. Fr. Justin is a priest and exorcist and shares some wonderful insights into how to live from a place of friendship with God and find victory in our relationship with Jesus as friend and savior. We also discuss aligning our hearts with the truth of who we are in light of God’s merciful love.
Sister Miriam’s one thing - The garden
Michelle’s one thing - Beautiful weather! (and walks)
Heather’s one thing - The best sticky buns ever.
These sticky buns are amazing! The recipe is from our local bakery Duft and Co. It's a commitment of time, but so worth it. Would love to see a photo of these in our facebook group if you make them.
Here are photos from when my son made them.
To watch the tutorial click here.
For the dough
3 3/4 cup Flour2 tsp Salt1/2 tsp Baking Powder1/2 tsp Baking Soda1/2 cup Sugar2 Eggs1 cup Milk1/4 cup Vegetable Oil1/2 cup Butter (soft)1 tsp Vanilla Extract1 pkg (8g) Active Dry Yeast2 tbsp Water2 tbsp SugarA greased 9x13 glass baking dish
Mix dry yeast, 2 tbsp of sugar and 2 tbsp of lukewarm water in a small bowl. Let sit to bloom for 10 minutes.
Using your stand mixer and dough hook, mix all dry ingredients until combined, then add all of the remaining ingredients including the yeast mixture.
Mix on medium speed for 7 minutes, and a smooth dough forms.
Put your dough in an oiled bowl and cover with cling film or a tea towel, and leave to proof for 1 - 2 hours (until doubled in size) in a warm area.
After it has risen, make your caramel.
Sticky Bun Caramel (goes in the bottom of the glass baking dish before the rolls go in)
3 tbsp Cream1 cup Brown Sugar1/4 cup Butter1/4 cup Maple SyrupSalt to taste
Bring all ingredients to a boil over medium heat.
Boil for 2 minutes while stirring continuously. After 2 minutes, remove from heat and allow to cool slightly before using.
Then pour into the bottom of your glass baking dish(I added a bunch of chopped pecans after pouring in the caramel - yum!)
Sticky Bun Filling (goes on top of the dough before you roll it)
1/3 cup Butter (melted and cooled slightly)1/2 cup Sugar3/4 cup Brown SugarCinnamon to taste
After the dough has risen, place it on a lightly floured large cutting board or counter. It's pretty soft dough, so add a bit of flour on top. Roll it out with a rolling pin into a rectangle, about 3/4inch thick. approximately 2 hands high x 3 hands wide. Pour melted/cooled butter over the dough completely. Keep the top inch with only butter for sealing the roll later. Sprinkle white sugar over it all, then the brown sugar, then sprinkle very generously with cinnamon and press it down gently all over.
Start rolling the dough along the long side, the buttered inch should be at the top and rolled last. Roll it tightly, by pulling the dough slightly toward you as you roll. Get a serrated knife and cut the ends off, not needed. Cut the roll dough in half, then each of those pieces into half, then each of those pieces into thirds. Place rolls on top of the caramel mixture in your glass dish, 4x3.
Cover with plastic wrap and let this sit for 1 hour.
Then bake at 350F for approx 30 - 40 mins. Take them out of the oven and let them cool for about 20 minutes, then flip them out onto a cookie sheet or large cutting board with parchment for easy clean up.
Fr. Justin’s one thing - (Besides The Mustache) The Communio I’ve experienced in isolation
- What struck you from the podcast?
- What does friendship with God look like for you? How can you grow in friendship with Him?
- What do you focus on more often, what you’ve been deprived of or what you have?
- How can you practice remembering what God has done, in your life and in the world?
- Where is the Fiat God is inviting you to make today?
- Reflect and journal about this scripture: 1 Cor 15:55-57. What does it speak to you personally?
- How can you spend time to deepen your friendship with Jesus?
- Take a moment to answer God’s question: Where are you? Are you with me?
- Where can you take authority in your life to claim the victory?
Quote to Ponder - "No one, however weak, is denied a share in the victory of the cross. No one is beyond the help of the prayer of Christ." —St. Pope Leo the Great
Scripture for Lectio Divina - “Where, O death, is your victory? Where, O death, is your sting?” The sting of death is sin, and the power of sin is the law. But thanks be to God! He gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ. - 1 Cor 15:55-57