Am on a poor internet connection today so I will get you to do the work in this competition ...
Tim Stanley reports on the outcome of the Roman synod on family here.
[Spoiler Alert: Rome remains Roman!]
As I read the report I was struck by points of comparison (e.g. conservative Africa) and points of distinction between Rome and Canterbury on matters under discussion. Matters we Anglicans have debated publicly for years but which Roman bishops have only just found their public voice (including 'public' via leakage, spin and even blogging).
What strikes you?
PS in that other World Cup competition going on at the moment, just in case you missed the news, the All Blacks are the first team ever to make four Rugby World Cup Finals.