Will they go or won't they (the Anglicans to the Roman 'Personal Ordinariate')? Did they go or didn't they go (certain English bishops to Rome to talk about the answer to the first question)?
Closer to home (in more ways the one?) is this searching barb from Gallican Anglican on the state of belief in ACANZP. Too harsh?
Head back across the globe towards England and land at Long Beach. Up to 6,700 people are expected at a liturgical event in California on May 15. Sounds like a church on the up and up? Not according to Anglican Curmudgeon who thinks this event is another case of this church shooting itself in the foot. Too harsh a judgment?
By the way, as you fly across the Pacific from here to there, look down on the islands of Polynesia. You might see signs of their new bishop, whose name should be made public by May 15, their electoral synod now concluded.
Then, thinking of wrangling Anglicans, the General Synod of ACANZP is being held in Gisborne 8th-13th May. Will there or won't there be wrangling over the Covenant, St John's College, and any other elephants in the room?