The quirky far edge of splinter-land gets stranger and stranger. Googling today for ACNA, the Anglican Church in North America, I found this site: The Conservative Anglican Church in North America. It seems to be a ministry in collaboration with something called Set Free Ministries, International, which is primarily located in to places in India and one in Texas. CACNA and Set Free Ministries International have formed St. James University in Florida.
CACNA is apparently bishop led, but by whom we do not know. Some unidentified bishop looking person is positioned off to the right on the web page.
It is all very strange. I am sure it gives ACNA and its Archbishop no great pleasure to know that springing forth from the fountain of creativity in splinter-land ACNA now has a conservative alternative. (I thought they already were the conservative alternative...)
Over in other parts of splinter-land other bits and pieces of "special" stuff arises as well. One of the most precious is this item, available on Cafe Press, an "Archbishop Robert Duncan Ornament (Oval)The Anglican Church in North America on October 09, 2009 at 11:33 AM. It doesn't show up on the "store" sub menu of the ACNA pages, but there it is. Put on Cafe Press by ACNA. Special, isn't it? ACNA is indeed bishop led, and ACNA seems to have no trouble in naming him and giving him visibility.
What is there to say? Not much.