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Council of Trent
The main objectives of the council were twofold, although there were other issues that were also discussed:. Pope Paul III —seeing that the Protestant Reformation was no longer confined to a few preachers, but had won over various princes, particularly in Trrento, to its ideas, desired a council. Including the extraordinary form of the Roman Rite From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
During the second period, the Protestants present asked for renewed discussion on points already defined and for bishops to be released from their oaths of allegiance to the Pope. The Council issued condemnations of what it trenot to be heresies committed by proponents of Protestantismand also issued key statements and clarifications of the Church’s doctrine and teachings, including scripturethe Biblical canonsacred traditionoriginal sinjustificationsalvationthe sacramentsthe Mass and the veneration of saints.
The Index librorum prohibitorum was announced in and the concklio books were issued with the papal imprimatur: Retrieved from ” https: Tridentine Mass of the Catholic Church. The decrees were signed in by members, the highest attendance of the whole council,  including four papal legates, two cardinals, three patriarchs, twenty-five archbishops, and bishops, two-thirds of whom were Italians.
The practice of withholding the cup from the laity was confirmed twenty-first session as one which the Church Fathers had commanded for good and sufficient reasons; yet in certain cases the Pope was made the supreme arbiter as to whether the rule should concillo strictly maintained. Furthermore, the Council affirmed—against Protestant doctrine—that the grace of God can be forfeited through mortal sin.
Much more than the Second Council of Nicaea the Council fathers of Trent stressed the pedagogical purpose of Christian images. The decrees of the council were acknowledged in Italy, Portugal, Poland and by the Catholic princes of Germany at the Diet of Augsburg in Papal legates were appointed to represent the Papacy.
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Justification sixth session was declared to be offered upon the basis of human cooperation with divine grace  as opposed to the Protestant doctrine of passive reception of grace. A History Pius IV sent the decrees to Mary, Queen of Scotswith a letter dated 13 Junerequesting her to publish them in Scotland, but she dared not do it in the face of John Knox and the Reformation.
The disciplinary sections received official recognition at provincial synods and were enforced by the bishops. Please help improve conccilio article by adding citations to reliable fe.
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The consequences of the Council were also significant in regards to the Church’s liturgy and practices. German Catholics, diminished in number, hoped for a council to clarify matters.
Charles V strongly favoured a council, but needed the support of King Francis I of France, who attacked him militarily. Pope Clement VII — was vehemently against the idea of a council, agreeing with Francis I of Franceafter Pope Pius IIin his bull Execrabilis and his reply to the University of Cologneset aside the theory of the supremacy of general councils laid down by the Council of Constance.
The original acts and debates of the council, as prepared by its general secretary, Bishop Angelo Massarelliin six large folio volumes, are deposited in the Vatican Library and remained there unpublished for more than years and were brought to light, though only in part, by Augustin Theinerpriest of the oratory d. Yet when he proposed the re to his cardinalsit was almost unanimously opposed.
Note also Carl MirbtQuellen2d ed, pp. During its deliberations, the Council made the Vulgate the official example of the Biblical canon and commissioned the creation of a standard version, although this was not achieved until the s.
Renaissance depiction of the Council of Trent. It took concilik generation for the council to materialise, partly because of papal hisforia, given that a Lutheran demand was the exclusion of the papacy from the Council, and partly because of ongoing political rivalries between France and Germany and the Turkish dangers in the Mediterranean.
On 15 Marchthe Fifth Council of the Lateran closed its activities with a number of reform proposals on the selection of bishops, taxation, censorship and preaching but not on the major problems that confronted the Church in Germany and other parts of Europe. Francis I generally opposed a general council due to partial support of the Protestant cause within France, and in he further complicated matters when suggesting a general council to include both Catholic and Protestant rulers of Europe that would devise a compromise between the two theological systems.
No attempt was made to introduce it into England.