Don't some Anglican priests have valid orders?
I remember hearing a discussion of instances of married priests in the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church. I thought that Anglican priests, who had been ordained by certain lines of valid bishops in the Anglican community were able to become Catholic priests upon conversion due to their valid ordination as a priest. I recently read something on the forum that because Anglican beliefs in the Eucharist have changed and they no longer have valid orders. Do they have valid orders, and if so, can a married Anglican priest enter the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church upon conversion because they have those valid orders?