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Tri·den·tine

 (trī-dĕn′tīn′, -tēn′)
adj.
1. Of or relating to an ecumenical council held by the Roman Catholic Church in Trent, Italy, from 1545 to 1563, as a response to calls for reform and the spread of Protestantism.
2. Of or relating to the decrees, reforms, or results of that council: the Tridentine Catechism.
n.
A Roman Catholic who rigorously conforms to the Tridentine Creed formulated at that council.

[Medieval Latin Tridentīnus, from Latin, area around Tridentum, from Tridentum (Trent).]

Tridentine

(traɪˈdɛntaɪn)
adj
(Historical Terms) history
a. of or relating to the Council of Trent
b. in accord with Tridentine doctrine
n
(Roman Catholic Church) an orthodox Roman Catholic
[C16: from Medieval Latin Tridentīnus, from Tridentum Trent]

Tri•den•tine

(traɪˈdɛn tɪn, -taɪn, -tin)

adj.
of or pertaining to the Council of Trent or its decrees.
[1555–65; < Medieval Latin Tridentīnus; compare Latin Tridentīnus area of the Rhaetian Alps around Trent (ancient Tridentum)]
Translations

Tridentine

[traɪˈdentaɪn] ADJtridentino

Tridentine

adjTridentinisch
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Due to Macy's essay, as well as to Isabelle Brian's focusing only on eucharistic devotion outside the Mass and not on the Tridentine liturgical reforms, the volume is weak as regards the pre-Reformation and Tridentine Catholic Church.
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O'Connor, who was ordained as a priest in the breakaway Tridentine Church, described the Pope's pastoral letter as "a thesis in the art of lying".
Pius X--scheduled for mid-October--the prior of a German SSPX community claimed that for 10 consecutive days this summer he had celebrated a Tridentine Mass in St.
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It is now being used again for worship and the traditional Tridentine Latin Mass is celebrated on Sunday evenings at 6pm.
The Tridentine Mass holds mystery and harkens back to the ancient traditions of the church," she explained.