The Windsor Continuation Group has released a document calling for, according to Ruth Gledhill, a “new Pastoral Forum is to be set up to bring rebel provinces into line in the Anglican Communion.” The full report will be popping up on blogosphere soon; one place to look for it will be the Anglicans United site, which promises to have it posted by 2 pm. Among other things, the document is expected to clarify the moratorium (e.g., on the ordination of non-celibate gay clergy) called for by the Windsor Report.
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