Updated again late Saturday evening
The Pittsburgh newspapers have reports on this:
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Mike Cronin Episcopal diocese to vote today on split
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Ann Rodgers Episcopal Diocese set to vote today whether to secede
Across the Aisle has published this List of Parishes Committed to Remaining in the Episcopal Church and has also published information about what will happen if “realignment” is approved, see NEXT STEPS: if “Realignment” Happens.
Episcopal News Service has Convention could create four parishes in midst of realignment vote by Mary Frances Schjonberg.
Statements from the leadership of some of the parishes who are not “re-aligning” can be found here.
Resolutions considered can be found in this PDF file.
Constitutional Changes Approved
The diocese has voted with a clear majority to remove its accession to the Constitution and Canons of The Episcopal Church.
A total of 191 laity voted. 119 voted in favor. 69 voted against, 3 abstained. A total of 160 clergy voted. 121 voted in favor. 33 voted no. 3 abstained. 2 invalid ballots were cast.
Further press releases from the diocese:
Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh Changes Constitution, Joins Anglican Province
Diocese Begins Process to Recall Bishop Duncan
Two press releases from those opposed to the “realignment”:
Across the Aisle To the Members of the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh
Progressive Episcopalians of Pittsburgh Episcopal Group Vows to Help Return Pittsburgh Diocese to Health
And a full report from ENS is now published, Pittsburgh votes to leave Episcopal Church, align with Southern Cone by Mary Frances Schjonberg.