Here’s the first bit of reaction from the Bishop’s meeting in Camp Allen:
Link: Episcopal News Service.
Responding to the recent Anglican Primates’ Communiqu√©, the Episcopal Church’s House of Bishops, meeting March 20 in Navasota, Texas, expressed “an urgent need for us to meet face to face with the Archbishop of Canterbury and the members of the Primates’ Standing Committee.”
The request came as the second of three “mind of the house” resolutions adopted by the bishops on March 20. The resolutions [full texts here] were debated during the business session scheduled during the House of Bishops’ annual spring retreat meeting.
In the afternoon’s first resolution, addressed to the Episcopal Church’s Executive Council, the House of Bishops “affirms its desire that The Episcopal Church remain a part of the councils of the Anglican Communion” and “pledges itself to continue to work to find ways of meeting the pastoral concerns of the Primates that are compatible with our own polity and canons.”