For those who don't follow the news about the secessionist movement in the Episcopal Church (TEC), here's a helpful recap of recent controversies by The Episcopal Majority.
The big news is that the arch-conservative former bishop of the Diocese of San Joaquin recently led a majority of his flock out of the Episcopal Church. He has been changing the locks at loyalist mission parishes and purporting to fire loyalists priests who wouldn't go along with his usurpations.
Personally I wish the national church would ride into court in Fresno with lawyers blazing, seeking to evict the former bishop and his fellow squatters from church property and to reclaim rightful control of the diocese's assets. But litigation is a tricky thing, and so until events prove otherwise, I'm going to assume that the Presiding Bishop and her lawyers knows what they're doing and are waiting for the right moment to take action.