Ultraviolet
Actually, by your own source, the Council of Trent forbade "the ministers" and "every pastor of the churches" from making changes @Defeat Modernism
Defeat Modernism
Not my own source, by a dogmatic council of the Church, by Pope St. Pius V in Quo Primum as well, and by centuries of Tradition. You are just not an honest person, it is very sad. If you spent your time actually learning the Faith perhaps you could join me in defending it. It won't end well for you if you continue this path of lies.
Ultraviolet
When you quote a source, that makes it your source. Your source is not your words. Must I explain that to you as well? :P

"actually learning the Faith..." This from a guy who doesn't even understand what he's quoting.

"You are just not an honest person, it is very sad."

You have shown no dishonesty on my part. Furthermore, your fallacy is:
Defeat Modernism
The Rite could never be changed. The Council of Trent specifically condemned any changes to the 'received and approved rites' into new ones. The Church already declared condemned those who would change the Rites of the Sacraments. Here read Session 7 Canon 13:

If any one saith, that the received and approved rites of the Catholic Church, wont to be used in the solemn administration of the …More
The Rite could never be changed. The Council of Trent specifically condemned any changes to the 'received and approved rites' into new ones. The Church already declared condemned those who would change the Rites of the Sacraments. Here read Session 7 Canon 13:

If any one saith, that the received and approved rites of the Catholic Church, wont to be used in the solemn administration of the sacraments, may be contemned, or without sin be omitted at pleasure by the ministers, or be changed, by every pastor of the churches, into other new ones; let him be anathema.
atreverse pensar
All treaties are done.
The problem is also, and very importantly, the change in the rite of episcopal order introduced by Paul VI in 1969.