ACC - May 7

According to the Daily Program the afternoon offered an island tour or free time, and the evening is unscheduled. Perhaps for that reason reporting on the day has come in earlier than usual. Look for significant developments tomorrow morning in the decision making plenary on the Covenant and Windsor Continuation Group matters.

A roundup of stories filed today:

ENS

Anglican Consultative Council Digest

Canon John Rees addresses media on ACC legal matters


Colin Coward
Is the Listening Process report good news for LGBT Anglicans?

The Listening Process on Human Sexuality – Canon Phil Groves reports to the ACC in Jamaica


ACNS
The Continuing Indaba and Mutual Listening Project

Press Briefing on Listening Process with Canon Phil Groves

Press Briefing with Canon John Rees, legal adviser to the ACC (22 min.)

The Networks of the Anglican Communion Podcast 3 with Jenny Te Paa


Anglican Journal
Compass Rose Society works to change its image

Stephen Lyon organizer praises indaba meeting method

Inter-Anglican Standing Commission on Ecumenical Relations (IASCER) resolutions

Comments (3)

I wonder sometimes if the webmasters' frequent reports and postings on heavy news days don't stifle debate here. Earlier today we had a promising discussion that questioned Episcopalians' ongoing relationship with the Church of England, and now we have… this, a report of others' reports.

Let me suggest that the blog needs reformatting and a better webhost, so that earlier posts and dialogues are not lost. A blog that posts each entry as a separate page stops being a blog at all; I ask the webmasters to reconsider. Every entry cuts off the momentum from the last post and stops the conversation.

Josh, it is a blog. But I believe I see your point - there are multiple entry points and some take one just to the latest post.

Click on "The Lead" where ever you see it and it will take you to http://www.episcopalcafe.com/lead/

Oh - so reading the headline, which is the obvious place to click (along with Read More) - isn't the way to do it. We're all supposed to know to click on Episcopal Café - even though most of us have episcopalcafe.com in our bookmarks, that's not how it's done.

Oh.

Upgrade the techno, folks. What worked a year ago is no longer good enough. You are accidentally stifling debate, when the Anglican Communion is threatening to kick us to the kerb and some portion of us are already lying there voluntarily.

Set us free, Bishops and Deputies in Anaheim, from this pernicious and political Communion.

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