Are you saying the bishop converted the Anglican Use parish to a standard Latin rite parish?
If so, that is a great disappointment to me.
To the best of my knowledge, that is correct, though I’m unsure just when it occurred at the RC Church of the Good Shepherd. As I understand how the Pastoral Provision operates, an Anglican Use parish priest is always a convert, usually one who establishes the parish, after reordination IAW the RC position on Anglican orders. If and when he dies or leaves the parish, there is no systematic method to provide a replacement, and the parish becomes a NO, in the normal course of events. There is no seminary to provide Anglican Use clergy. The Pastoral Provision was not intended to establish a Rite, but was a means of easing the transition of the Anglicans seeking asylum for ECUSA’s enormities.
I think that at the most there were only 10+ Anglican Use parishes so established, and about 6-7 still in existence, mainly in Texas. I regret that I didn’t attend an Anglican Use service, from the Book of Divine Worship, while I had the chance.
All of this is subject to correction, to be sure. But I am told that the parish is now NO.
traditional Anglican, Anglo-Catholic