The moderator of this unofficial ACNA discussion group has just announced that the topic of women's ordination will no longer be tolerated, to the chagrin of its traditional members and to the glee of members there who are priestesses or who support women's ordination. On this unofficial ACNA group, it is nearly impossible to get the moderators to accept a post against women's ordination, and when that topic does make its way onto the board, certain moderators try to quash discussion and have even been know to delete the comments of those defending the Catholic view of holy orders. A few days ago, I wrote here that it seems certain Powers That Be inside ACNA may be responsible for getting one fellow to remove a thread containing over 300 posts from the second discussion group referenced above. ACNA continues to melt down over this issue, but that is because it sowed the seeds of its own destruction when at its inception it adopted the dual integrities policy. I've heard through the wire that we may hear something official this summer about the women's ordination issue. It seems that, for the time being anyway, several interested parties are concerned more about damage control than anything else. Tsk.
Last month I created this Facebook discussion board mainly for clergy and laity from the Anglican Communion and the Anglican Realignment within it who might be thinking more seriously about realigning with the Anglican Continuum rather than with jurisdictions that allow this uncatholic monstrosity. It is a closed board for obvious reasons, but feel free to apply for membership and add others you think might be interested.