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La identidad anglicana como eclesiología de mestizaje: contextualidad cultural y catolicidad relacional antes y después del Pacto Anglicano

  title={La identidad anglicana como eclesiolog{\'i}a de mestizaje: contextualidad cultural y catolicidad relacional antes y despu{\'e}s del Pacto Anglicano},
  author={Daniel Miguel Mu{\~n}oz Trivi{\~n}o},
En la ultima decada la Comunion Anglicana ha vivido unos de sus anos mas convulsos y ha experimentado uno de los mayores desafios de su historia. La crisis provocada por la consagracion al episcopado del primer obispo abiertamente homosexual y por las celebraciones liturgicas de uniones de parejas del mismo sexo en America del Norte, ha revelado grietas profundas en un modelo eclesiologico complejo y diverso. La respuesta oficial a esta crisis, en el ‗Pacto Anglicano‘, ha tenido una recepcion… 

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