(Disputatio Pussicena). Religious colloquy, or conference, at Poissy, near Paris, Fr., 1561; called by Catherine de Médicis; dealt with differences, esp. on the Lord's Supper, bet. Ref. led by T. Beza* and RCs; D. Laynez,* Peter* Martyr, A. Marlorat,* and P. Picherel* were among those present. No dogmatic agreement was reached, but the way was paved for recognition of and greater freedom for Prots.
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