The Head of the Ordinariate for Former Anglicans in England and Wales Assesses Its Past, Present and Future

National Catholic Register, Edward Pentin:

Nearly 14 years after Pope Benedict XVI set up a canonical structure for former Anglicans to come into communion with the Catholic Church while retaining their distinctive Anglican patrimony, good fruits from this initiative are emerging in England and Wales but significant obstacles remain.

This is the assessment of Msgr. Keith Newton, the ordinary of the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, who sat down with the Register in London April 19 to give a frank assessment of the progress that has been made and the challenges it still faces. Report is here.