Kudos to Christopher Johnson for spotting it and to Riazat Butt of the Guardian for writing it. It being a very concise portrayal of the very different priorities of the orthodox and the apostate in the Anglican Communion:
The archbishop of Uganda has urged hundreds of African bishops to shake off their fears, shame and superficial dependency and re-evangelise the "ailing" churches of the west.
In a rallying cry to the biggest constituency of the Anglican Communion, Henry Orombi said yesterday was time for Africans to "rise up and bring fresh life in the ailing global Anglicanism".
His call came on the day that US Episcopalians published a guide on liturgical and ceremonial resources for clergy and same-sex couples.
What more needs to be said?