There are two posts worth reading carefully at Thinking Anglicans.
The first is about the Primates’ Meeting later this month — more specifically, about attempts to prevent the primate of the Episcopal Church of the United States from taking part.
The second is about a Private Members Motion at Synod in the Church of England. The initial motion proposed (among other things) that every parish should ‘ensure a climate of sufficient acceptance and safety to enable the experience of lesbian and gay people to be heard…’ The bishops have proposed an amendment that omits this, and suggests instead that nothing must be done that could be seen as rocking the boat. This seems to be ‘the silencing process’ rather than ‘the listening process’.
I truly wonder what what the words ‘Anglican Communion’ will mean in a few weeks time.