Update: Fr. Cantrell writes, "Check my blog for the statement, we're not taking on water..." (Glad to hear it, Father!) On it he has posted a press release from the Diocese of Fort Worth announcing the Diocese's plans for the future. It doesn't read nearly so dramatically as Ms. Gledhill's posting, rather it lists the various possibilities the diocese will consider. Nevertheless, it does seem as if Fort Worth and ECUSA will be parting company sooner or later. Also, I didn't mean to suggest the sound Diocese of Fort Worth was taking on water, it was ECUSA's seaworthiness I was questioning, given that Captain Ahab seems to be at her helm.
Ruth Gledhill, religion correspondent of the London Times, writes the Anglo-Catholic diocese of Fort Worth will be seeking alternative primal oversight from an African primate with the Diocese of Quincy (Illinois) and at least three other dioceses to follow.
And the veil of the temple was rent in twain from the top to the bottom. (Mk 15:38)