Just posted on Preludium is an article on three proposals re the Covenant which will go to TEC's July General Convention. The newest of these proposals would see TEC all but commit to adopting the Covenant, and is masterfully set out as a series of resolutions which refer to the detail of the Covenant. I shall study this carefully with a view to firming up my mover's speech for our Christchurch motion (which, by the way, is ever so slightly changed by our Resolutions Committee, as Synod members will find in the next mailout re Synod).
Posted on the Bible Society of Australia's site is an article about, "A “protocol” passed by the Australian Anglican Bishops reaffirms policies against gay priests and bishops passed by earlier Anglican meetings." This is worth a read, if only to keep in touch with what our Anglican brothers and sisters are determining on their side of the Tasman. As far as I can tell (and recall), what the bishops there have reaffirmed is pretty similar to what our bishops (over the past few decades) have affirmed, veered from in some cases, and returned to by way of a current "moratorium" which is under pressure in various ways at this time. (That "pressure" may or may not come up at our GS in Fiji in July. There was a flurry of excitement last year, and notice given on forming a commission of eminent persons, but, so far this year, that commission has not yet been announced, so I am confused about exactly where things are at).