The WR Vicariate, which was under Bishop Jerome, and Father Anthony Bondi (Now Bishop Bondi, of his own, new Church) was discontinued, and the "Beacon Group" was alledgedly placed in a position of being "homeless", so everyone thought. The information is available on the ROCOR website, if one wishes to read it for themselves. The Western Rite Parishes are now under direct authority of the Metropolitan, and belong to no Diocese.
Bishop Jerome was stripped of his duties, and "retired", and greatly limited in his abilities to "minister". Anthony Bondi, eventually (within a year) left ROCOR, and formed his own new "Vicariate" and now is Bishop Anthony.
Recently (within the last month) those who survived the events of May and June of 2013, and after much charges and countercharges, and what I would call, downright backbiting by some, have reconciled, and were in the process of going through "Ordination" into ROCOR (not re-ordained as Priests), since the ordinations that took place under Bishop Jerome, were not done individually, but en-mass. This, apparently was a big misunderstanding, with godly men on both sides of the controversy saying that the other gave permission for the mass ordinations, and the other saying he didn't. I would have to say, that since i wasn't there, that there was a gross missunderstanding or misspeaking, or missinterpreting of the discussion between Bishop Jerome and the Metropolitan Hilarion, and leave it at that.
A Priest from Omaha, NE, who had been "leading the charge" to incorporate many WR parishes and Priests into ROCOR, contacted various other Churches, including the Antiochian, and the APA (Anglican Province of America). He ended up convincing many of the dejected group to accompany him in forming a WRV within the APA. APA, at a meeting of Bishops, unanimously agreed to allow this formation of a Western Rite Vicariate within their organization, which would be self governing, and answer to a Laison Priest, appointed by the Arch Bichop of the APA.
Things didn't work out for many and various reasons, and the Omaha Priest, decided not to proceed with the agreement with APA. In the meantime, somehow, all the mudslinging and bantor that went on was forgotten, and now the Beacon Group, and ROCOR are reconciled. I don't know how many for sure are going through the transition, or how many gave up on it, or perhaps went with APA as Anglicans, or perhaps some other group. What is past is past, and no-one will ever know the whole truth of the matter. What is secret for now, eventually comes to light though.
I would say, Pray for all concerned, and God bless ROCOR for allowing more WR Parishes to be under the Blessings and protection of the Orthodox Church. My personal hope, is that the former Anglicans will truly become Orthodox.