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COTCollege of Occupational Therapists (UK)
COTCar of Tomorrow
COTCouncil of Trent (Roman Catholic Church)
COTCommitment of Traders
COTCost of Treatment (medical care)
COTCommanding Officer of Troops (US DoD)
COTCup of Tea
COTCertificate of Title (legal document)
COTCotangent
COTCampaign on This (political blog)
COTCommittee on Toxicity (UK)
COTCertificate of Trust (legal document)
COTCommunity of Trust (various organizations)
COTCarbone Organique Total (French: Total Organic Carbon)
COTCircle of Tyrants (gaming)
COTChronic Opioid Therapy
COTConstant On-Time (power converters)
COTCertificate of Test
COTContract of Training (Australia)
COTChicago Opera Theater (Chicago, IL)
COTConventions d'Occupation Temporaire (French: Temporary Occupancy Agreement)
COTCollege of Textiles (North Carolina State University)
COTContinuity of Ownership Test (Australia)
COTContinuity Test
COTCare of Test
COTCommittee on Technology (various organizations)
COTCouncil on Teaching (Iowa)
COTCommunity Outreach Team (various locations)
COTContrat d'Objectif Territorial (French: Territorial Target Agreement)
COTCity of Tucson (Arizona)
COTAt the Coast (general aviation)
COTCenter on Terrorism (John Jay College of Criminal Justice; New York)
COTCustomer-Owned Tooling
COTCentral Office Terminal
COTCommonwealth Office of Technology (Kentucky)
COTCommercial Off the Shelf
COTCaverns of Time (World of Warcraft gaming)
COTCertified Ophthalmic Technician
COTCompletely Off Topic
COTCyclooctatetraene
COTCursor on Target
COTConstruccion Operacion Transferencia (Spanish: Construction Operation Transfer)
COTCommission on Transaction (banks)
COTCrisis Operations Team (US DoD)
COTCost of Transfer (banking)
COTConsecutive Overseas Tour
COTClub Omnisports de Tarentaise (French multisport club)
COTCancer Osaka Thyroid
COTCoin Operated Telephone
COTCrossroads of Twilight (book)
COTClockapult of Time (mousehunt; gaming)
COTCarnitine Octanoyltransferase
COTClass of Trade (marketing)
COTCenter for Ocean Technology
COTCustomer-Originated Trace (Nortel)
COTCoil-Out Temperature
COTColombia Time (Colombia time zone)
COTContinuity Testing
COTChain of Title (ownership claim)
COTCentral Office Trunk
COTCost of Testing
COTCentral Office Technician
COTChief of Transportation (US Army, Ft Eustis, VA)
COTChange of Trend (finance)
COTClass of Traffic (ITU-T)
COTCoatseville (Amtrak station code; Coatesville, PA)
COTCave of Trials (game)
COTCustomer Office Terminal
COTConditions of Tender
COTCause of Transmission
COTCommissioned Officer Training course
COTCertificate of Transport
COTChannel of Trade
COTCard or Tape (old term for computer storage media)
COTChange of Trim (International Association of Drilling Contractors)
COTCommercial Off-The-Shelf Technology
COTComputer Operator Terminal
COTContinually On-line Trained
COTContainer Off-Loading and Transfer System
COTCooperative Occupational Training
COTCommercial Off-Topic
COTConsolidated Operability Test
COTCadet Orientation Tour
COTCritical Operating Task
COTClerical Office Technician
COTClandeboye Oldtimers (est. 1977; Canada)
COTCounter Obstacle Team
COTContinuous Time of the Day
COTContractor's Operations Trial
COTConsolidated Operability Trial
COTCargo Only Tank (Oil Tankers)
COTComponent Operability Test
COTCommunity Outpatient Treatment (healthcare)
COTCurrent Operating Time
COTChurch of Thyatis (fictional, Dungeons & Dragons)
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Pope Paul III convened the Council of Trent (Concilium Tridentinium) in 1545, to declare the proponents of Protestantism as heresies and to regain the foothold that was lost by the Church to the teachings of Luther.
One of O'Malley's chief objectives is to dispel myths and misunderstandings about the Council of Trent. By describing the conflicting agendas of popes and monarchs, he reveals that the story is political as well as ecclesiastical and theological.
Now the Council of Trent proclaims the use of indulgences as most salutary, and speaks only lightly about certain abuses.
None of the European Catholic monarchs was more zealous in the adoption of the decrees of the Council of Trent than Philip II of Spain (r.
Often his tightrope-walking required exquisite diplomacy, and his schooling in this endeavor stood him in good stead when Pope Paul III appointed him as one of the legates to the Council of Trent, where he dealt with controversial issues like the obligation of bishops to reside in their dioceses.
Perhaps inspired speech became a more uncertain gift to the church after the Council of Trent in the mid-16th century.
Superbly organized and a work of impeccable scholarship, Papal Legislation On Sacred Music begins with chapters on the earlier Popes, John XXII and "Docta Sanctorum Patrum", the Council of Trent, and the Medicean Edition of the Chant Books, to church and religious music of the sixteenth through nineteenth centuries, the Ratisbon and Solesmes editions of the Chant Books, the reforms of Pius X, the Vatican Edition of the Chant Books, the "Motu Proprio" of November 22, 1903, and the final chapter "Conclusions".
At the Council of Trent (1545-63), the church responded to the Reformation with public efforts "to lower the price (or increase the quality) of its services." Among the proclaimed reforms: It limited the number of benefices (revenue-producing assets) each bishop could hold; established minimum competency requirements for the clergy; set penalties for concubinage and other abuses; prohibited bishops from selling rights and offices; eliminated charges for providing certain services; and "tried to institute quality control over the doctrine of Purgatory and the veneration of sacred relics, and to abolish 'all evil traffic' in indulgences."
But the Council of Trent failed as a reorganization plan because to keep economic rents flowing as before, it left intact the distribution of powers and property rights among the governing body of pope and cardinals--thus demonstrating that entrenched economic interests are powerful inducements to behavior, even in spiritual institutions.
The collection was particularly rich in tracts and theological works pertaining to the Catholic Counter-Reformation flowing from the Council of Trent (1545-63) as well as the Latin and Greek patristics favored in Counter-Reformation Europe.
The Council of Trent tried to change this, but discipline and control from above were long in coming.
Second, Lutherans are too quick to assume that our Martin was the only Augustinian at work in the sixteenth century, when in fact many members of his own order stayed loyal to Rome and made their contributions to the Council of Trent as Augustinian advocates of grace.
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