An agreement reached by the Council of Trent was that
the Bible should be accessible to everyone.
salvation could only be achieved through faith.
most Catholic traditions needed to be reformed.
seminaries should be established to train priests.
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Catholic Answer The Council of Trent, of the 21 Ecumenical Councils of the Church was the most conservative. In contrast with almost every other Council, almost no new material was covered at Trent, no new dogmas, no new doctrines. When of the biggest problems addressed was the very problem that made the Council a necessity: the education of the clergy, which at that time had degraded to a really alarming level. One need only read the 95 Theses of Martin Luther, who was a priest and supposedly a theology professor to realize the outstanding ignorance of the clergy at that time in some countries. The Council of Trent not only made clergy education mandatory and insisted the seminary system - that we still have today, but explicated and explaned doctrines in detail so that there would be no further confusion.