Crew was on the "Executive Council", a group mandated to carry out programs established every three years by the General Convention of the denomination.
But with Crew in the driver's seat, the Council went beyond that mandate in egregious ways, without public discussion:
- - Declaring the denomination a formal supporter of a radical pro-abortion group, which then put "The Episcopal Church" on its publications
- - Making large decisions to cut and redirect various denominational budget items, mainly to fund litigation against clergy and congregations who dissented from the direction of the church.
Ah, but now there is an anonymous subcommittee of some sort discussing how to navigate the chaos inflicted on the denomination by the LGBT activists. And guess what? Louie is suddenly passionate about open government in the church.
Read Frankenstein, Louie. The monster ultimately turns on its maker.
Or look into this other book, if you dare.