THE PROCESS OF RELIGIOUS MIGRATION FROM THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN LATIN AMERICA: THE NEW SCHISM OF THE WEST?
Keywords:Religious Migration, Evangelists, Religious experience, Communal experience, Doctrinal formation
It is a fact that the number of Catholics has fallen in Latin America, this is in part due to the phenomenon of religious migration, in which nominal Catholics become fervent evangelists. This article questions how this process happens and highlights three aspects which develop, these are: the religious experience, the communal experienceand the doctrinal formation.
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