The Anglican use Society reports double that number.
Our Lady of the Atonement, San Antonio, Texas
Our Lady of Walsingham, Houston, Texas
St. Mary the Virgin, Arlington, Texas
St. Athanasius , Brookline, Mass.
St. Anselm, Corpus Christi, Texas
St. Luke, Bladensburg, Maryland
The St. Thomas More Society, Scranton, PA
Society of Our Lady of Good Hope, Kansas City, Missouri
Mount Calvary Church, Baltimore, Maryland
St. John the Evangelist, Calgary, Alberta
Sodality of St. Edmund, King & Martyr, Cambridge, Ontario
My question, to clarify, are there any other Episcopal/Anglican parishes in the US considering coming in “corpoarally” to the Catholic church at this time?
Anglican use Society lists these as groups currently using some aspects of the liturgy.
St. Augustine of Canterbury Society, Springfield, MO
St. Thomas of Canterbury AU Society, Washington, DC & No. Virginia
St. Bede Anglican Use Society, Collegeville, Minnesota
Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Savannah, Georgia
Our Lady of Martyrs AU Society, Nashville, Tennessee
Blessed John Henry Newman Society, Placentia, California
St. Timothy’s Ordinariate Catholic Community, Fort Worth, Texas
St. Peter the Rock Ordinariate Catholic Community, Arlington, Texas
Toronto Ordinariate Group, Toronto, Ontario
St. John Vianney Fellowship, Cleburne, Texas
They also list these as the parishes currently planning to enter the Ordinariate.
Holy Cross Church, Honolulu, Hawaii
Blessed John Henry Newman, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
St. Columba Church, Fernley, Nevada
St. Barnabas, Omaha, Nebraska
Cathedral of the Incarnation, Orlando, Florida
Christ the King, Towson, Maryland
Holy Cross Church, Ocala, Florida
Sacred Heart Mission, Mount Airy, Maryland
Holy Nativity Parish, Payson, Arizona
St. Mary of the Angels, Hollywood, California
St. Aidan’s Church, Des Moines, Iowa
Here are some good website worth checking out on the subject.