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 new law of their belief has an uncanny resemblance to the utraquism [lay reception of communion under both kinds] doctrine of the Hussites on Mount Tabor in Bohemia .
At the same time he converted from Catholicism to Utraquism.
In addition, Fudge does recognize that after 1437 it would be the orthodox schismatics who, in their plodding and broad-minded way, would bear the main witness in Bohemia against what they considered Rome's imperial aberrations during the remaining two centuries of Utraquism.