Historia del Concilio de Trento, Volume 4, Issue 1. Front Cover. Hubert Jedin. Ediciones Universidad de Navarra – pages. Title, Historia del Concilio de Trento Volume 11 of Biblioteca de Teología. Author, Hubert Jedin. Publisher, Universidad de Navarra, Length, pages. Historia del Concilio de Trento: T.4, vol.1 (Biblioteca de teología) by Hubert Jedin at – ISBN – ISBN

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At the passage of the most important decrees, not more than sixty prelates were present. The term transubstantiation was used by the Council, but the specific Aristotelian explanation given by Scholasticism was not cited as dogmatic.

Ordination twenty-third session was defined to imprint an indelible character on the soul. The decrees were signed in by members, the highest attendance of the whole council, [17] including four papal legates, two cardinals, three patriarchs, twenty-five archbishops, and bishops, two-thirds of whom were Italians. No attempt was made to introduce it into England. Financial difficulties in Mantua led the Pope in the autumn of to move the council to Vicenzawhere participation was poor.

Philip II of Spain accepted them for Spain, the Netherlands and Sicily inasmuch as they did not infringe the royal prerogative. In the case of a divorcethe right of the innocent party to marry again was denied so long as the other party was alive, [11] even if the other party had committed adultery.

Unity failed between Catholic and Protestant representatives “because of different concepts of Church and justification “. The Vulgate translation was affirmed to be authoritative for the text of Scripture.

During the second period, the Protestants present asked conclio renewed discussion on points already defined and for bishops to be released from their oaths of allegiance to the Pope. Yet when he proposed the idea to his cardinalsit was almost unanimously opposed. In the decrees on marriage twenty-fourth session the excellence of the celibate state was reaffirmed, concubinage condemned and the validity of marriage made dependent upon the wedding taking place before a priest and two witnesses, although the lack of a requirement for parental consent ended a debate that had proceeded from the 12th century.


The preparation of a catechism and the revision of the Breviary and Missal were also left to the pope. The French monarchy boycotted the entire council until the last minute; a delegation led by Charles de Guise, Cardinal of Lorraine finally arrived in November After the Pope condemned in Exsurge Domine fifty-two of Luther’s jein as heresyGerman opinion considered a council the best method to reconcile existing differences.

Decree De invocatione, veneratione et reliquiis sanctorum, et tfento sacris imaginibus3 DecemberSessio Much more clncilio the Second Council of Nicaea the Council fathers of Trent stressed the pedagogical purpose of Christian images.

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This petition was complied with by Pope Pius IVon 26 Januaryin the papal bullBenedictus Deuswhich enjoins strict obedience upon all Catholics and forbids, under pain of excommunicationall unauthorised interpretation, reserving this to the Pope alone and threatens the disobedient with “the indignation of Almighty God and of his blessed apostles, Peter ve Paul. Tridentine Mass of the Catholic Church. The consequences of the Council were also significant in regards to the Church’s liturgy and practices.

The disciplinary sections received official recognition at provincial synods and were enforced by the bishops.

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.


The doctrinal acts are as follows: Fifth Council of the Lateran. The Jerin Articles were designed to sharply define where the Lutherans could and could not compromise.

Note also Carl MirbtQuellen2d ed, pp. Collectio Lacensis 7 vols. Great Church Catholicism portal Eastern Orthodoxy portal. Nonetheless, he sent nuncios throughout Europe to propose the idea.

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Seventeen dogmatic decrees covering then-disputed aspects of Catholic religion. Faced with a Turkish attack, Charles held the support of the Protestant German rulers, all of whom delayed the opening of the Council of Trent. The canons and decrees of the council have been published very often and in many languages for a large list consult British Museum Catalogueunder “Trent, Council of”. A History Charles V strongly favoured a council, but needed the support of King Francis I of France, who attacked him militarily.

Coniclio Italian and Spanish prelates were vastly preponderant in power and numbers. It closed with a series of ritual acclamations honouring the reigning Pope, the Popes who had convoked the Council, the emperor and the kings who had supported it, the papal legates, the cardinals, the ambassadors present, and the bishops, followed by acclamations of acceptance of the faith of the Council and its decrees, and of anathema for all heretics.

The first issue was by Paulus Manutius Rome, Short and rather inexplicit passages concerning religious images, were to have great impact on the development of Catholic Church art.

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