Catholic Church Counter-Reformation

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One of the most paramount features that catholic church had to reform through counter-reformation, was the church's political approaches. Once the catholic church universally recognized the need for a change within the churches political dimensions, the catholic church began to create support reformers. One of these such counter-reformers was pope Paul II; he was the first pope to reconciliation reformers and counter-reformers. Another example of the catholic church attempting to change public perceptions of the catholic church's political affairs was through the Council of Trent. The Council of Trent was a meeting in which the holy office, composed of elected representatives from both the traditional catholic church and protestant churches.
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