Blog Posts - Council Of Trent



Saint Peter Canisius, the Second Apostle of Germany

December 21st, is the optional memorial of Saint Peter Canisius (1521-1597) the 16th century Dutch Jesuit priest and Doctor of the Church, who played a major role in the Council of Trent and the Counter Reformation. His extensive writing in theology...
by BIG C CATHOLICS on Dec 20, 2016

Memorial of Saint Charles Borromeo, Bishop

November 4th, the Church celebrates the memorial of Saint Charles Borromeo, (1538-1584) the 16th century, cardinal, bishop, and Counter Reformation reformer, who was instrumental in both the formulation and implementation of the Council of Trent’s...
by BIG C CATHOLICS on Nov 3, 2016

Trent’s Catechism on the Descent into Hell

This is of an interest to me lately. This is from the poorly understood Council of Trent: QUESTION V Nothing was taken from the Dignity of Christ by his Descent into Hell But, although Christ descended into hell, his supreme power was nought diminish...
by The Church of Jesus Christ on Apr 7, 2015

Trent’s Catechism on the Descent into Hell

This is of an interest to me lately. This is from the poorly understood Council of Trent: QUESTION V Nothing was taken from the Dignity of Christ by his Descent into Hell But, although Christ descended into hell, his supreme power was nought diminish...
by The Church of Jesus Christ on Apr 7, 2015

The Lame Man

The Lame Man Luther’s Reformation swept over Europe like a flash flood. Most of Germany and Scandinavia became Protestant. England broke with Rome. Switzerland and the Netherlands were largely Protestant, and the Reformation tide rose in France, Au...
by Laboring In The Lord on Jul 30, 2013

The Lame Man Ignatius Loyola

Luther’s Reformation swept over Europe like a flash flood. Most of Germany and Scandinavia became Protestant.
by Laboring In The Lord on Jul 30, 2011

The Counter-Reformation

Churches and denominations, like houses and hearts, need periodic cleaning and occasional renovation. Luther’s response to the deterioration of the 16th-century church sparked not only the Protestant Reformation, but the Catholic Counter-Reformatio...
by Laboring In The Lord on Mar 3, 2011

Canon and the Council of Trent

One of the most enduring Protestant Myths is that in 1546, at the Council of Trent added to the Sacred Canon the books which are commonly termed the Apocrypha, or more recently, the Deuterocanon. In fact, contrary to this myth, what the Council did w...
by The Church of Jesus Christ on Nov 9, 2009


Trending Topics

Close