Caelius, Michael

Caelius, Michael a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born at Dobeln, Sept. 7, 1492. In 1519 he: was appointed pastor of the Roman Catholic Church at, Rochlitz. Leaving his Church and embracing that of the Reformation he was appointed in 1523 pastor at Pensan, in Bohemia; and, in 1525, dean and pastor at Mansfeld. He died in 1559. His writings on the Lord's Supper, and his exhortation to the ministers at the Diet of Augsburg, were edited by Cyriacus Spangenberg in 1569. See Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten- Lexikon, s.v.. (B.P.)

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