Which statement best describes a reform initiated by the Council of Trent? The council created a new administrative system to stop corruptio

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Which statement best describes a reform initiated by the Council of Trent? The council created a new administrative system to stop corruption and unfair practices within the Catholic Church. The council established a compromise to bring about peace with the Protestants and end war across Europe. The council lowered the price of indulgences so more people could afford them and therefore reduce their punishments for sin. The council ended the conflict between German princes and the head of the Holy Roman Empire.

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2022-05-13T23:45:15+00:00 2 Answers 0

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  1. Alice
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    2022-05-13T23:46:54+00:00

    The council created a new administrative system to stop corruption and unfair practices within the Catholic Church

  2. Iris
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    2022-05-13T23:47:05+00:00

    The first alternative is correct (A)n

    The Council of Trent, was the 13th Council of the Catholic Church that took place between 1546 and 1563, characterized as a movement of institutional and dogmatic reorganization of the Catholic Church in the sixteenth century.n

    The Council of Trent was also a reaction to the Church’s criticisms of the Protestant Reformation led by Martin Luther, and was considered the main frame of the Counter-Reformation. The Council of Trent was convened to reaffirm Catholic dogmas and readjust the conduct of Catholic clergy and laity, including in cases of corruption.

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