From CHRISTIANITY TODAY:
An 11-year-old denomination that has prided itself on its submission to majority-world leadership broke away from that leadership Monday. Amid a dispute over authority, bishops in the Anglican Mission in the Americas (AMIA) resigned from their positions in the Anglican Church of Rwanda.
Under the (11 year) oversight of the Church of Rwanda, the South Carolina-based AMIA has grown to more than 150 congregations in the United States and Canada, with 100-plus additional church plants and mission endeavors in the works. But the 2010 retirement of Kolini, who had a strong connection with Murphy, AMIA's chairman, has precipitated a nasty turn in the relationship between the American association and Rwanda's bishops.
"It's just a sad, sad case all around," , says George Conger, a Florida-based correspondent for The Church of England Newspaper in London (the gays are Nazis rag). "There are no doctrinal or theological issues. It's not about women priests or homosexuality or race. It's entirely about egos."
COMMENT: Which, let's face it George, is what the recent schisms from official Anglicanism, that you have championed so vociferously, have all been about all along.