Fort Worth Comments on the Continuing Realignment
The key texts to my mind are the following (boldfaced emphasis added by me):
As you know, in March the House of Bishops voted down a very workable proposal for alternative primatial oversight that the Primates’ Meeting had offered to provide for our expressed needs, and no other alternative plan has been suggested. This resulted in the declaration that the Standing Committee and I made on May 16th that we would now have to pursue our original appeal for APO – an appeal that was supported by an overwhelming majority vote at our Diocesan Convention last year – independent of the structures of The Episcopal Church. We have had some very encouraging meetings and conversations over the summer months with a number of Bishops and dioceses and Primates and Provinces that share our concerns and our commitment to Christian orthodoxy. The Archbishop of Canterbury has been kept informed of these developments. More about this will be forthcoming in the weeks ahead.
as well as:
By the end of this month, the House of Bishops will have decided the future direction of TEC, and as a result we too will have to declare our future as a diocese. I do not expect that TEC will comply with the requests of the Primates in their Dar es Salaam Communiqué. In that case, we will see further fraction and division in the Communion during the months ahead. We will then have to choose in favor of the Anglican Communion majority at the expense of our historic relationship with the General Convention Church.
The entire statement may be read on the bishop's official page here.
As I read it we are no more than a month away from catching our first glimpse of the new North American province, should TEC refuse to repent and amend its ways in New Orleans by completely accepting the DES requests and granting the appellant dioceses genuine APO apart from PB Schori's oversight and jurisdiction. (May God work on the hearts of TEC's bishops to do so--fully, and without further equivocation. Amen.)