(i) Who are the members of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s “small working group” reflecting on the matters concerning the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion.
(ii) When will you say something yourself re Bishop Minns and
(iii) Who is on the Covenant drafting group?
Well, those were for the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Now for anyone who can tell me,
(iv) Who from the
(v) Who among progressives has the Archbishop of Canterbury consulted since General Convention?
(vi) Since General Convention has anyone representing the Gay and Lesbian community in the
I didn’t expect the Archbishop of Canterbury to actually respond to my first three questions, and do not assume that he reads my blog. But I had hoped that someone who could get an answer would get it and put it out there for the rest of us. I do hope that someone can shed some light on the six questions.
Why? Because if there are no answers to the first three, it tends to confirm the notion that decisions are being made about ‘us’ (meaning most Episcopalians) and our relation to the Anglican Communion, without us. Because if there was no one from the
Well: The questions still stand. Where are the answers?