Origin of Tridentine
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Why,” rejoined the Dean, “that looks more like Tridentine theology.Recollections of a Long Life
Such was the prodigy hatched during the seventeen years of Tridentine incubation.
And now in like manner the Tridentine Creed is met by no rival developments; there is no antagonist system.An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine
John Henry Cardinal Newman
This commenced early, as is shown in some curiously contradictory utterances, in 1568, respecting the Tridentine Index.A History of the Inquisition of Spain; vol. 3
Henry Charles Lea
Sixtus V. determined to put a stop to a license which rendered the Tridentine provisions almost nugatory.
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