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The Post-Tridentine English Primer, Catholic Record Society Publications no. 3 (London, ), pp. 15 – In translating scriptural passages, the translator declared that “the direct sense (as it is most requisite) has more bin sought to be observed then any phrases in our language more affected and pleasing.”Cited by: The post-Tridentine Catholic Church in Latin America has been literally transformed from an authoritarian, imperialistic, colonial and largely foreign institution into its opposite. Through the Latin American Bishop’s Conferences at Medellin, Puebla, Santo Domingo, and Aparecida, three overriding themes have come to define the post-Tridentine. : Rome in the Age of Enlightenment: The Post-Tridentine Syndrome and the Ancien Régime (Cambridge Studies in Early Modern History) (): Gross, This is the only scholarly work in the English language on the city of Rome in the Age of the Enlightenment, and the only book in any language to treat this fascinating city in Cited by: , The Post-Tridentine English Primer, PhD Dissertation, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen, (Meppel: Krips Repro, ), –36, also published as Blom, Joannes M., The Post-Tridentine English Primer, Publications of the Catholic Record Society, Monograph Series, 3 (London, Catholic Record Society, ).
"The Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary from Baronius Press is a wonderful new printing of a tried and true classic which every Catholic should include in their library. Much more brief than the Divine Office, the Little Office in honor of Our Lady is a way for lay Catholics to join the universal Church in her daily prayers. The post-Tridentine English primer J. M. Blom Not In Library. The Wisbech stirs () Penelope Renold Not In Library. The Mawhood diary William Mawhood Exchequer., 1 book Allen, William, 1 book Robert Elliott Scantlebury, 1 book English College, Douai., 1 book Pollen, John Hungerford. Post-tridentine definition, of or relating to the city of Trent. See more. Ostrow, SF , The ‘Confessio’ in Post-Tridentine Rome. in P Tosini (ed.), Arte e committenza nel Lazio nell’etè di Cesare Baronio. Gangemi, Rome, Italy, pp. Cited by: 1.
THE POST-TRIDENTINE ENGLISH PRIMER Proefschrift ter verkrijging van de graad van doctor in de letteren aan de Katholieke Universiteit te Nijmegen, op gezag van de Rector Magnificus prof. dr. P. G. A. B. Wijdeveld volgens besluit van het College van Decanen in het openbaar te verdedigen op donderdag 7 juni des namiddags te uur door. Dr. Blom teaches English Literature at Nijmegen. There follows a history of the manual between and , and then a study of other devotional works related to the primer and manual. The last chapters contain handlists of the Latin-English and English editions of the post-Tridentine primer, the editions of the. In , we see the first post-Tridentine English translation of the Little Office. In time, The Little Office extracted itself as one part of the Primer and was published as a book either in Latin, or in Latin and English, or in English alone. (This was also true for other languages). Tridentine synonyms, Tridentine pronunciation, Tridentine translation, English dictionary definition of Tridentine. adj. 1. Of or relating to an ecumenical council held by the Roman Catholic Church in Trent, Italy, from to , as a response to calls for reform and.