Numerous posts with information from Archbishop Collins of Canada. Most of what is going on is hearsay and rumor. One problem reported is visiting mentor priests sent from local dioceses were not versed on the Ordinarite and made comments and requirements totally opposite of what the Holy Father has said. These priests were not sent by the Archbishop, again local bishops or priest innocently causing some confusion.
As to the nature and completness of +Hepworths comments…I have only seen bits and pieces.
In the States things are moving ahead. Bishop Moyer (TAC) who is leading the TAC parishes into communion just had what he calls a good meeting with Cardinal Wuerl. Anglican priests were asked to submit their dossier by May 16 and the USCCB will spend time in June discussing the implementation of the Ordinariate in the States.
Go to the Anglo-Catholic. alot will be cleared up.
Also, understand…the TAC is not the only group of Anglicans seeking communion. Many groups of Anglicans, and that is to whom the AC and Norms are addressed Groups of Anglicans, such as REC, ACNA, TEC, CAC have priests and parishes seeking union with the Church.