The picture seems to be from the Fresno Bee, and the article there on the name change can be read HERE. Here is that picture (from the Fresno Bee) . The Moon By Night blog includes with this article and picture a letter posted in the Fresno Bee: "A letter to the editor by Edward Brennan of Visalia notes, in part, that:
"The name change at St. James Episcopal Cathedral to "Anglican" is a wake-up call for Episcopalians. The bishop has been in disagreement with the Episcopal Church for years and at the last Diocesan Convention the constitution was purged of all references to the Episcopal Church.
The bishop also made clear his intention to place the Diocese of San Joaquin under the authority of the Anglican churches of the Global South. If you are curious about the future orthodoxy that the bishop will impose, ask your local minister to provide the congregation with the Resolutions Adopted at the May 6, 2002 Deanery Meeting."If it is not a done deal, that the Diocese is going to vote to change its Constitution and Canons, then the Cathedral has spent money on the wrong horse. I suspect the dean and vestry (or chapter) don't make bad bets. On the other hand the Cathedral web site still speaks of the Cathedral as St. James Episcopal Cathedral. Perhaps they are betting both ways. Then again it may be simply a matter of updating the web site. Either way, pray for the people and bishop of the diocese of San Joaquin and their upcoming meeting. These are not easy times for anyone in the church.