Are here at his blog
Pope signs papal declaration for Roman Catholic Church to offer oversight to “entire [Anglican] congregations”October 20, 2009
This is a massively significant move on behalf of the pope, especially for “Anglo-Catholics” in the new structures that have sprung up in response to the theological revisionism within the Episcopal Church, and other “progressive” Anglican bodies worldwide. It will be interesting to see what happens…
Two excerpts from the article:
October 20, 2009, will go down in history as a turning point in Catholic-Anglican relations.
This new canonical structure will be open to all in the Anglican Communion (currently 77 million strong), including the Episcopal Church in the United States (approximately 2.2 million)
Update: USATODAY article-more info than the article above.
Next week, I have the great privilege and honor to represent faithful Anglican churches throughout the Rocky Mountain Network of the Anglican Mission in the Americas as I will be attending the formation of the new Anglican Church in North America by being a lay delegate to the provincial assembly. This is a nothing less than a highly significant historic event and I am unable to describe how excited I am to be a part of what God is doing in this movement. I was at a conference this past week and got to talk to Todd Hunter (who was elected a “missionary bishop” this past Saturday-he has a vision to plant 200 churches on the West Coast), church planters, and other faithful Anglican priests including the pastor of Christ Church Plano, Fr. David Roseberry. We will see what part I might be able to play in this movement as my wife and I are looking at opportunities in both the academy and in church planting. Please pray for us as we seek to be participate in the building of God’s Kingdom.
Check this out...it provides future Biblical commentaries categorized by book or commentary series. This is truly a site for nerdy commentar-o-philes!