Hi, Angel of the Lord. Nice to see another Anglican Use Catholic here!
I say another because my de facto home parish is an Anglican Use parish in my hometown. I’ve gotten to become good friends with the local AUCs there, and St. Barnabas has become likes a second home to me. Not only do I love the worship there - heck, I even serve and ring the bells! - but the community there is tight-knit and very strong and dedicated to caring for each other. We have tea after Mass, and often have meetings and social events outside of Mass. It’s a great parish.
As for the Ordinariate itself, its form of liturgy etc, I think it has a lot to share with the larger Catholic Church. I think the Ordinary Form would benefit greatly from incorporating some of the dress code, the smells and bells, and the prayers the Anglican Use has brought in. I think ordinary Catholic could learn sociability and a sense of community, too. Father also works to help those who ask and who need it; they do help homeless people.
In short, I love to vibrancy of the Anglican Use parish, and I want to soak up as much of that as I can!
Although, I have a few minor concerns. Mainly in that Father Rob seems rather lenient about letting Anglicans or Episcopalians also have communion, and he considers Anglican priests’ orders to be valid. I realise the latter is rather complicated matter. But it nevertheless bothers me that he sometimes leans on the walls of doctrine rather than supporting them. Aside from that, I think he is a very good, charitable, respectful priest, who really believes in his work and loves Our Lord.