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Dogma:Saint Boulasse

 
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Life of Saint Boulasse.

The young Boulasse was born in 552 in Beaune (a small town between Chalon and Dijon) in Burgundy. Her parents, were pagans who managed a respectable tavern on the market place , the " Tavern Hospices " ( beer ECU 0.60 and menus 6). They were serious and respectable people, who sadly were ignorant of the message of the Church, instead in their ignorance preferring to pray to false idols. However these brave innkeepers were supplied wine and beer from the monks who lived and worked nearby and so it was that the young Boulasse had frequent contact and dealings with the monks.

And so it was that wise and intelligent monks introduced her, both to the faith and oenology (wine making).
It was during one of her very long nights of training and theological discussions in the back room of her parents that she became dazzled by the divine light showing in the reflection of her Pint.

Thus Converted and sure in her faith, Boulasse left her parents and chose the path of the Church. She was impressed by the strength of the conviction of one of the monks who had taken her under his wing.

Feeling the urge to preach her new faith, she was secretly ordained a priest in 582, in spite of the prohibitions against female priests, and she was well aware of the risks but believed it was safe to follow what had become her divine purpose.

Unable to become a priest in charge of a parish, she opened a tavern in Macon " the true believer " where she made conversions and gave catechism classes and it has even been told she would baptize believers with the help and support of the pastor of Macon.

Seen as both a well versed preacher and a Masterful Tavern owner, her tavern became a major destination on the missionary activity and she converted many to the true religion. She will long be remembered for her charitable actions toward vagabonds and the organization of quizzes in her tavern which featured religious Dogma and provided both spiritual and financial gain.

After converting most of the population of Macon, Boulasse felt the need to travel and spread the Aristotelian message. She directed her steps and left with a cart full of bread and wine into the neighboring countries Alamand in the current SERG , to introduce them to the Aristotelian friendship.

However, the inhabitants were less receptive to her preaching and she found herself facing a cruel and pagan king Childehald , who refused to renounce the false gods of his fathers. Undeterred , the Saint preached in public, built the first church in Cologne and wanted to create a tavern to facilitate her holy missionary task .

But Childehald does not take this well and has her arrested for preaching. Boulasse having violated , she was referred by the prosecutor and convicted of high treason. The sentence was death and she was to be executed publicly in order to teach a lesson against preaching contrary to the pagan's beliefs. The method of her execution was to drink large quantities of her holy victuals. The executioner made ​​her drink the strong holy wine but the Saint did not weaken, she was supported by Aristotle, and she bravely endured her martyrdom , while still preaching from the scaffold.

Childehald, enraged, decided to finish and ordered her to be drowned in the last barrel of Holy Wine she had brought from Beaune.

But when Boulasse was pulled from the barrel, her face shone with happiness. Given this surprising show of repentance, Childehald was struck and touched by grace, he was converted and converted all his people.

Having completed her earthly task and paved the way for the conversion of alamands , Boulasse decided to sleep it off quietly with the Lord and join the sun.

Since then Holy Boulasse became the patron saint of winemakers and especially Taverners and is still invoked by them or their clients when faced with an exhausting evening of work! It is not uncommon to hear in our Taverns, the familiar exclamation, full of affection for the Saint : "Let Boulasse be with you ! "

Relics:

    The head of the saint is preserved and venerated in the Basilica of Cologne .
    The heart and liver of the saint were brought back to Macon and enshrined in the treasury of the church of the city.


Worship of the Saint:

The worship of Saint Boulasse has been demonstrated in Cologne and Macon since the sixth century and the relics of the Saint are still used during the procession blessing the vines of Macon held on September 22 , before the harvest .

Quotes:

    · The fact that the communion is free does not mean that we can mislead the faithful and distribute watery pitchers.
    · I will not deny my faith for all the wine in the world!
    · Really such bliss can only be divine! Boulasse forgive us for our blindness ! ( this is attributed to Childehald before the tortured body of the Saint was pulled from the Barrel)
    · It's better to have beer in the body than the body in the beer .
    · It is necessary to drink in moderation and to pray fervently .
    · I have more heart than liver but I can stomach it if it is said for the sake of Jah .
    · If Christos did not want women priests, he would have said so .
    · Not believing causes a crisis of faith , too much drinking causes a crises of the liver.
    · If our Creator had wanted women confined to procreation , he would have made ​​us incapable of loving other humans than the blood of our blood.
    · I follow the laws dictated by faith, but if the Church refuses women priesthood it is to please the emperor and not God .
    · Although it may not happen tomorrow, one day there will be women priests and even women bishops ...
    · Who better than a woman to lead men by the nose ?
    · She had a sign in her tavern " The house does not give credit to the rich, but provides water and bread to the poor "



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