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The Council of Trent was convened in response to the Protestant Reformation, with the aim of condemning Protestant teachings, but also defining the teachings and doctrines of the Catholic Church, especially those that Protestants questioned with their ideas. The Council was convened by Pope Paul III in 1545, in order to set the direction of the Catholic Reformation, also known as Counter-Reformation. One of the main points was the reinforcement of the Church discipline, however, in 1567 a total ban on indulgences would be carried out.

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