Introibo ad altare Dei has this short post, with a point:
Four new priests were ordained last weekend to serve in the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham in Great Britain. One of them was Fr Brian Gill who had served as Vicar General the Traditional Anglican Church (TTAC), a part of the Traditional Anglican Communion in the United Kingdom, from 2003 to 2009. Mgr Robert Mercer, who had been ‘Bishop’ of this break-away Anglican group joined the Catholic Church at the end of March. The Traditional Anglican Communion of which the TTAC has had a vision of corporate union with the Holy See for several years, long before the well-known converts from the Church of England.