Looks like according to these articles that the establishment of the Anglican Ordinariates will first occur in England. Five Church of England Bishops have announced they are leaving for Rome as well as priests, etc.
The Catholic Bishops of England & Wales have announced how the Personal Ordinariate for former Anglicans will come into being during the first half of 2011. Confirming much speculation, the former not-yet-retired Anglican bishops who enter the Ordinariate will be Ordained as Catholic Deacons and Priests very quickly and the former Anglican priests who follow them shortly afterwards will also be Ordained as Catholic Deacons and Priests pretty quickly, around or at Pentecost 2011, their formation taking place intensively before and continuing after their Ordination.
Fr. Phillips of Our Lady of the Atonement (Roman Catholic Church) has been hosting an event for Anglicans in San Antonio that was put together on short notice and attracted 125 people from all over the US Canada. He appears to be quite dynamic and has built a strong church and school (see link above) and is a possibility for the ordinariate (talked about anyway but no one knows).
More than 125 people are attending the conference, approximately 80 of them clerics, mostly from the Anglican Church in America, including Archbishop Falk and Bishops Campese and Moyer. Several Anglican Use pastors and priests are present as well as priests from the Anglican Catholic Church of Canada led by Bishop Botterill and priests from the Anglican Church of Canada as well as the Episcopal Church. The mood is described as being from positive to joyous as people have an opportunity to meet one another, pray together, and begin to plan for a shared future.
This morning, Fr. Phillips celebrated an Anglican Use Low Mass and Archbishop Falk was the celebrant at an Anglican Mass from the American Edition of the Anglican Missal. After sharing Morning Prayer, conference participants came together with the students of the 550-strong Atonement Academy, packing the church for Sung Mass according to the Book of Divine Worship, which was described as “incredibly moving.”
It appears the stage is set for the preservation of the beautiful orthodox Anglican liturgy and culture within the Roman Catholic church. It will be interesting to see how many Anglicans take advantage of the offer from the Pope. It will also infuse new orthodox clergy into the Catholic Church.