The Counter-Reformation was the period following the Protestant Reformation, in which the Catholic Church experienced a revival. The Counter-Reformation began with The Council of Trent in the mid-1500s, and concluded with the end of the Thirty Years' War in 1648. The movement focused on reforming some elements of the Catholic Church, including church hierarchy, political involvement, and religious orders.

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