Definition of Tridentine mass in English:

Tridentine mass

Syllabification: Tri·den·tine mass

noun

The Latin Eucharistic liturgy used by the Roman Catholic Church from 1570 to 1964.
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  • In the past, traditionalists' love for the Latin Tridentine mass has seen them split from Rome rather than give it up.
  • Their excitement was raised in the morning when Nathella said, ‘Why don't we go downtown this evening for a Tridentine mass?
  • To suggest that the Tridentine mass or whatever one might call it is Gregorian or Carolingian, again is simply not true.

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