On the verge of a Latin American schism?

Pointing_Francis-150x150According to a recent article, Latin America now has “all the elements of a schism: first, because a politically important trend, both within clergy and society, follows a new interpretation of the Christian doctrine, different from that traditionally practiced for 2,000 years in the Catholic Church; second, because, as happened with the Slavic and Anglo-Saxon peoples, Latin Americans are essentially living a process of vast socio-cultural evolution, with a homogeneous territorial – and hence, geopolitical – foundation that is then translated into a theological discourse that is potentially schismatic.”