“Mamita: protégenos de la Pandemia”. La misa a través de Facebook, una etnografía digital en el suroccidente colombiano

Diego Meza

Resumen

Con base en un estudio etnográfico realizado en la página de Facebook de un santuario católico en Colombia, este artículo analiza la transmisión virtual de un ritual y la participación de los creyentes en él como una respuesta sociocultural a la pandemia del coronavirus. Desde la perspectiva de los estudios de religión digital, reflexiono sobre cómo estas plataformas pueden moldear las creencias y prácticas de los usuarios y cómo ellos las renegocian.

Palabras clave

catolicismo; coronavirus; Colombia; Facebook; rituales; religión digital

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