No, he did not resign his orders - he resigned from the House of Bishops. But like all the other bishops that she's targeting, the Presiding Bishop "deposed" Bishop Kelshaw. A frank and insightful interview. "If she had an ounce of pastoral experience," Bishop Kelshaw says, "she would have picked up the phone and said, 'how you doing, Terence?'"
Bishop Terence Kelshaw was the Bishop of the Diocese of the Rio Grande. His successor, Bishop Jeffrey Steenson, has now also resigned from the House of Bishops and was received into the Roman Catholic Church. The Diocese of the Rio Grande is currently without a diocesan bishop.
Anne Coletta interviews Bishop Kelshaw, now bishop-in-residence at St. James, Newport Beach, California, for Anglican TV: