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(Lat. calceatus, ‘shod’).

A term applied to some branches of certain religious orders to distinguish them from their ‘discalced’ brethren. Thus the unreformed Carmelites, who wear shoes, are called ‘calced’ as opposed to the discalced members of the Teresian reform.

Subjects: Christianity.


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