The Council of Forward in Faith North America has issued this statement.
A Statement from the Council of Forward in Faith North America
November 10, 2010
Regarding the resignations of Bishops Andrew Burnham, Keith Newton, John Broadhurst, Edwin Barnes, and David Silk – it is with thanksgiving that we recognize their faithful witness and service to Forward in Faith and the Anglican Communion in upholding the historic Catholic faith. We assure them of our gratitude and our prayers that God will bless and guide them in their future ministries. We pray that the Holy Spirit will provide discernment and guidance to our Forward in Faith brothers and sisters during this time of transition.
As our beloved brothers in Christ embark on their new chapter of ministry, Forward in Faith North America will remain an Anglican ministry, committed to upholding the historic, catholic faith of the church among its members and its affiliated parishes and jurisdictions.
The Living Church has this piece from John Kingsley Martin: Five Bishops Form Caravan to Rome.
Riazat Butt in her Divine dispatches in The Guardian writes about Quitting Bishops and other things.
David Watkinson writes in the Lancashire Telegraph East Lancs bishops undecided on Catholic church move.