What Were the Results of the Council of Trent?

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The council of Trent resulted in the acceptance of the principle that the pope was supreme in the catholic church. There was no allowance for Christian Humanism or liberal Catholicism and there was a clearly defined Catholic doctrine. Also, there was greater centralisation in governance which greatly improved the quality of Bishops and Clergy to give a proper lead to the Catholic laity.
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