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There were also very few students, for many were unwilling to study under the Calixtine faculties and therefore went into foreign countries.
The originator of the new sect was a certain Gregory, a nephew of the leading Calixtine preacher, Rokyzana, whose mind was imbued with the conviction that the Roman Church was helplessly and hopelessly corrupt.
The compact was chiefly due to the concessions made by the Calixtine party; it found little or no favour with the Taborites.
The Utraquist (Calixtine) priests refused the Sacrament to the Brethren.