The Convocation of Anglicans in North America (CANA) posts the following on their home page:
"Radical Inclusion of GLBT
Click here to access an hour-long video guide on how the church can be more welcoming of people who struggle with sexual brokenness. In this presentation, the Rev'd Bob Ragan presents a heartfelt testimony and basic instructions for the church. Ragan is the Director of Regeneration based in the Mid-Atlantic which helps men and women wanting sexual and relational wholeness in Christ, those struggling with pornography and other sexual temptations, those struggling with homosex, and friends and family members of the sexually broken."
But don't worry, CANA is not at all involved in radical inclusion.
This is followed by a more 'detailed' page on the matter:
"Did you know that there are things God doesn't know? For one, God doesn't know a person he doesn't love. God loves you — no matter what.
God loves the world (John 3:16). CANA is leading and building communities of faith where the radical message of Galatians 3:28 is lived out: “There is neither Jew nor Greek, slave nor free, male nor female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.” CANA is a place where people of diverse backgrounds show the world that true unity is possible when we are connected by “one Lord, one faith, one baptism” (Ephesians 4:5). CANA is committed to the Dromantine Communiqué (February 2005): “we continue unreservedly to be committed to the pastoral support and care of homosexual people. The victimization or diminishment of human beings whose affections happen to be ordered towards people of the same sex is anathema to us.”
The radical in "radical inclusion" does not mean here the really really open inclusion of GLBT folk, it means their inclusion provided they are changed by radical fix, a sort of spiritual gay-ectomy.
CANA characterizes those it wishes to include as "men and women wanting sexual and relational wholeness in Christ, those struggling with pornography and other sexual temptations, those struggling with homosex, and friends and family members of the sexually broken." CANA assumes GLBT folk are in sin, broken, struggling with their sexual identity, and doing or tempted by nasty stuff.
After assuring us of their commitment to the Primates communique from the meeting in Dromantine in 2005, that "the victimization or diminishment of human beings whose affections happen to be ordered towards people of the same sex is anathema to us," CANA claims to be radically inclusive of those who can and want to change from what CANA (and I suppose they) must understand as the bad life.
How this does not diminish "human beings whose affections happen to be ordered towards persons of the same sex" is beyond me. I think it is fairly diminishing to have determined up front that GLBT folk are on the face of it tempted people, sexually broken and struggling with homosex, in need of radical transformation in order to be included.
CANA could do better than this, but probably won't. Hawking the Regeneration folk's remedy under the guise of radical inclusion is a sham.