Together these anniversaries of the closing of the Council of Trent
and the publication of the Heidelberg Catechism testify to the ongoing significance and relevance of the reformation movements of the early modern period, extending spiritual realities even to matters as mundane as business and economics.
The canons and decrees of the Council of Trent
(1545 1563) speak clearly to various attempts by the Catholic Church to lower the price (or increase the quality) of its services.
Overall, the strength of the collection was in moral theology of the Counter-Reformation with strong holdings for the Council of Trent
, including the 1566 Aldine edition of the Catechismus Romanus.
And he notes that the reform of Catholicism from Leo XIII is an exception, as is that of the Council of Trent
, the Council of Constance, the political-ecclesiastical reform of Hildebrand, and so on.
It remains one of history's greatest ironies then that his works were listed in the 'Index of Forbidden Books' by the Council of Trent
Years ago, Vonnegut attended the New York City premiere of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Requiem, based on the choral mass for the dead promulgated by the Counter-Reformation Council of Trent
He does not deny the impact of Protestantism on Catholic reform, sometimes referring to the "Counter-Reformation" in his text, but his approach differs from both Protestant and Catholic interpreters who would hold that the Catholic church became something qualitatively new from the Council of Trent
18 to 20, the Aboriginal Education Council of Trent
University in Peterborough, Ont.
It is common to see opposition between the style and content of the Council of Trent
and the event and documents of the Second Vatican Council.
For Catholics raised in the era defined by the Second Vatican Council (1962-65), the Council of Trent
in the 16th century was easy to caricature as "the bad council.
His topics include the yeast of the Sadducees, corruption of morals and art, Roman Catholicism and the Council of Trent
, and the blood of Christ.
Reforming Priests and Parishes is a historical survey of the Tuscan seminaries between the conclusion of the Council of Trent
in 1563 and the end of the seventeenth century.
Based on Scripture and the writings of the early Fathers of the Church, we find several Councils defining the doctrine of Purgatory--for instance, the Council of Lyons in 1274; the Council of Florence in 1439; the Council of Trent
with a "Decree on Purgatory" in 1563.
During the Protestant Reformation, the Roman Catholic Church called the Council of Trent
to codify its most precious treasure, the Mass, to ensure that protesters would not tamper with its essence.
Perhaps inspired speech became a more uncertain gift to the church after the Council of Trent
in the mid-16th century.