The Council of Trent was responsible for reaffirming Church beliefs.
To examine and make clear beliefs and practices of the Catholic Church.
It was the first great council of the Catholic Church.
All of the beliefs in the Bible are Catholic, the Bible was written by Catholics, and the New Testament that we use today was approved by the Catholic Church in 390 AD at the Council of Rome.
The Council of Trent was part of the Catholic Counter-Reformation, the Catholic Church's first significant reply to the growing Protestants Reformation. The primary purpose of the council was to condemn and refute the beliefs of the Protestants, such as Martin Luther and John Calvin, and also to make the set of beliefs in Catholicism even clearer.
Catholic AnswerThe Council of Trent was the 19th Ecumenical Council of the Holy Catholic Church, a meeting of Bishops, called by the Holy Father, in order to deal with the abuses in discipline which had lead to the protestant revolt. It condemned the beliefs of the protestants.
.Catholic AnswerCardinal Richelieu was a Cardinal of the Catholic Church, his beliefs were Christian.
The Council of Trent was the ecumenical council of the Roman Catholic Church that convened from 1545 to 1563. In response to the Protestant Reformation, key statements and clarifications regarding church doctrine, teaching, and practice were prepared.
.Catholic AnswersThe Jesuit Order was one of the major spearheads in enacting the reforms of the Council of Trent in the Catholic Church.
His discoveries challenged beliefs promoted by the Catholic Church.