A majority of the Primates have found TEC’s response to the Dar es Salaam Communique to be unacceptable, but many Primates and a majority of the Anglican Consultative Council members didn’t even respond at all.
+Rowan, of course, is not telling us what he thinks about all this – at this point.
We also have a report at the Living Church that Bishop Lyons of Bolivia (through what is likely third party hearsay – +Rowan talked to +Venables, +Venables told +Lyons, +Lyons told the Diocesan Convention in Fort Worth) that Ft. Worth’s potential move to the Southern Cone received a positive response from +Rowan. However, considering that +Rowan didn’t invite +Cavalcanti, a Brazilian Bishop who moved to the Southern Cone jurisdiction, one wonders how positive this response was.
I don’t mean to be a naysayer here, but, with the exception of the Primates’ evaluation of the House of Bishops having a majority who realize that you can tell when the TEC House of Bishops is lying whenever their lips are moving, I don’t see there being much good news here.