Such was the prodigy hatched during the seventeen years of Tridentine incubation.
Why,” rejoined the Dean, “that looks more like Tridentine theology.
Tridentine, trī-den′tin, adj. pertaining to the Council of Trent (1545-63), or to its decrees.
And now in like manner the Tridentine Creed is met by no rival developments; there is no antagonist system.
This commenced early, as is shown in some curiously contradictory utterances, in 1568, respecting the Tridentine Index.
Sixtus V. determined to put a stop to a license which rendered the Tridentine provisions almost nugatory.
Their compromises led to ethical hypocrisies and to that dogmatic despotism which was confirmed by the Tridentine Council.