A problem in the process has occurred due to the concerns of the Traditional Anglican Communion (TAC) who, along with regular Anglicans, have an interest in the procedure but have issues regarding church property should an ordinariate be established.
What does TAC stand for?
TAC stands for Traditional Anglican Communion
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A number of breakaway national Anglican churches, in communion with the Traditional Anglican Communion rather than the much larger Worldwide Anglican Communion, have already written to the Vatican to accept the pope's offer.
Most vocal on the issue has been an Australia-based group, the Traditional Anglican Communion, whose leader Bishop John Hepworth made a formal request to the pope in 2007 for its members to be allowed into the Catholic fold.
The story really begins a couple of years ago when a group of breakaway Anglicans (most had left in the 1970s over the ordination of women) who call themselves the Traditional Anglican Communion (TAC) petitioned Rome en masse through their primate, Bishop John Hepworth.
The group that placed the advertisement are disgruntled Anglicans who left to form a "Traditional Anglican parish," which they described as "part of the Anglican Catholic Church, the Canadian Province of the Traditional Anglican Communion.
The best-known such request came from a network of churches called the Traditional Anglican Communion, which claims a following of 400,000 people around the world, including 5,000 in the United States.
London, 20 October 2009 + Vincent Gerard Nichols, + Rowan Williams PART III THE TRADITIONAL ANGLICAN COMMUNION (TAC) RESPONDS TO ROME'S WELCOME It more than matches our prayers.
One apparent implication of the announcement is that the current leader of the Traditional Anglican Communion, Australian Anglican Archbishop John Hepworth, could not be recognized as a bishop in a new personal ordinariate.