Utraquism

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Utraquism

the doctrines and practices of the Calixtins, a Hussite group demanding communion in both wafer and wine. — Utraquist, n. — Utraquistic, adj.
See also: Protestantism
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The treatment thus tends to obscure the role of the schismatics, also then known as the Prague party, who rejected the Roman ecclesiastical Befehlsstaat, but retained all the weapons in the arsenal of traditional Christianity, be it the historical apostolic succession, real presence, the seven sacraments, the word of God, the law of God, saints, images, or good works.
Officials are preparing for a Prague party should all go to plan.
Now, even taking into account his fear of Gallacher and the new respect for the Scots that win in Germany brought, Smicer is still tipping a Prague party for his team on Wednesday.

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