The Archbishop has written a Pentecost Letter to all the Bishops of the Communion. This is not the letter we have been wondering about.
Bishop Tom Wright assured us on April 12th that the Archbishop "would be writing to those bishops who might be thought particularly unsympathetic to Windsor and the Covenant to ask them whether they were really prepared to build on this dual foundation. Those letters, I understand, are in the post as we speak, written with apostolic pain and heart-searching but also with apostolic necessity."
The Pentecost Letter, posted on the Archbishop's web page is NOT the letter to bishops unsympathetic. Read his letter HERE. Rather this letter is a more general letter to all bishops.
In it the Archbishop remarks, "As you may have gathered, in circumstances where there has been divisive or controversial action, I have been discussing privately with some bishops the need to be wholeheartedly part of a shared vision and process in our time together." So it remains to be seen what the Archbishop might have said in those private conversations or letters to bishops unsympathetic.
This Pentecost Letter is not the letter to which Bishop Tom Wright referred. Perhaps one of those bishops (whoever you are) would be willing to share the contents of the Archbishop's correspondence with them.
Meanwhile about this Pentecost Letter, it gets one Toot.
The only matter of interest is this comment from the Archbishop: "it all the more essential that those who come to Lambeth will arrive genuinely willing to engage fully in that growth towards closer unity that the Windsor Report and the Covenant Process envisage." This does not require or imply Windsor compliance or Covenant allegiance, but rather a willingness to work for closer unity - a unity that the Windsor Report could not command and the draft Covenants to date do not well serve.