How do you pronounce "Tridentine?"
I always say Try-den-teen. However, I was listening to EWTN several months ago, and they had a nicely liberal British priest on there discussing Cardinal Newman. In the process, he addressed the "old mass," and called it the "trih-den-tine" mass. Now I'm wondering which way is correct. For some reason I've been wanting to use the latter pronunciation lately, even when I am somewhat sure that "my" way is correct. Btw: the italics indicate the emphasis.
Yes, I know it's not properly called the Tridentine, and ought to be called the "Traditional Latin Mass," or "TLM," but sometimes it's necessary to use the former term.
So she "crosses" the two? the "trih" of the british method and the "teen" of the American?
I pronounce it TRIH-den-TEEN, for what it's worth.