I'm not sure of the point you're trying to make.
I am speaking of your assertion that the Church didn't "canonize the Apocrypha until the Council of Trent." In order to accept that one must believe that the Orthodox Churches, which includes these books in their bibles, accepted the validity of that council. This is, of course, impossible as they had been separated from communion with Rome for about five hundred years at that time, and were openly hostile to her for centuries before that.
They didn't pronounce the apocrypha as officially part of the canon for the entire church until Trent.
As far as the orthodox church I think this is more or less their position:
The Russian edition of the Old Testament published by the Moscow Patriarchate in 2000 includes among the other books the following books marked with stars: 2 Esdras, Tobit, Judith, Wisdom of Solomon, Sirach, Letter of Jeremiah, Baruch, 3 books of the Maccabees and 3 Esdras. These books are seen as being edifying but not of the authority of the other Old Testament books.