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anglicano
also: feminine: anglicana

Translation of anglicano in English:

adjetivo, sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Y aunque después de diez años lograron levantarla, la comunidad anglicana no se ha levantado más.
  • También participaron en la ceremonia las delegaciones anglicana y católica.
  • Católicos, ortodoxos, anglicanos y protestantes suman un 33 % de la población mundial.
Example sentences
  • Una muestra de ello es el actual movimiento de conversiones masivas de anglicanos al catolicismo.
  • Una muestra de ello es el actual movimiento de conversiones masivas de anglicanos al catolicismo.
  • Y más recientemente, la prensa nacional y extranjera anuncian que el Vaticano prepara un plan para recibir a los anglicanos que desean ser católicos.

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