This is a bit off-topic for this blog, but I found this report very interesting: Anglicans must choose between Protestantism and tradition, says Vatican. According to Cardinal Walter Kasper (sometimes accused of being a crypto-Protestant himself), the Anglican Communion must “clarify its identity”:
Ultimately, it is a question of the identity of the Anglican Church. Where does it belong? … Does it belong more to the churches of the first millennium, Catholic and Orthodox, or does it belong more to the Protestant churches of the 16th century? At the moment it is somewhere in between, but it must clarify its identity now and that will not be possible without certain difficult decisions.
This, of course, echoes what the Orthodox have been saying to the Anglicans for quite a while, at least since the correspondence of the Non-Jurors with the Eastern Orthodox Patriarchs in the eighteenth century.