"Silence in the face of proposed anti-homosexuality legistlation in Uganda, including execution of those convicted of “aggravated homosexuality,” raises very serious questions not just for the Anglican Church in Uganda and it’s place in the Anglican Communion, but for the Communion as a whole. The legislative process is only part complete. Archbishop Orombi could choose to speak against the legislation at any time. The decision not to will have very important implications. The bishops of the Communion have collectively acknowledged that Anglicans are to assure gay and lesbian Christians that they are loved by God and that all baptised, believing and faithful persons, regardless of sexual orientation, are full members of the Body of Christ and calls on all our people to condemn irrational fear of homosexuals (Lambeth 1.10.c,d) and therefore condemnation of such legislation, which is contrary to the mind of the Communion, is necessary if our bonds of mutual affection are to hold."