The New International Encyclopædia/Calixtines

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CALIXTINES, kȧ-līks′tĭnz. A name given (1) to the conservative wing of the Hussites (q.v.) (from Lat. calix, cup, chalice), because they contended for lay communion in both kinds; (2) to the followers of Georg Calixtus (q.v.) in the latter half of the Seventeenth Century.