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Hagenau Colloquy

(Conference). Summoned by Charles* V; met 1540; purpose: to reach understanding bet. RCs and evangelicals. RC participants included Ferdinand I (1503–64; younger brother of Charles V; king of Ger. 1531–64; Holy Roman Emp. 1556–64), G. Morone,* Johannes Faber,* J. Cochlaeus,* J. Eck*; evangelicals present included J. Brenz,* M. Bucer,* J. Calvin,* W. Capito,* C. Cruciger (see Cruciger, 1), F. Myconius,* A. Osiander* the Elder, U. Rhegius.* Differences were emphasized. Initial goals were not reached, but it was resolved to try again (see Worms, Colloquy of).

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