I read that the TAC has formally asked for an "Ordinariate" for the USA.
The House of Bishops of the Anglican Church in America, the American Province of the Traditional Anglican Communion, have issued the following press release.
Orlando, FL – 1 pm EST – Bp. George Langberg
Released by the House of Bishops of the Anglican Church in America, Traditional Anglican Communion 3 March 2010
We, the House of Bishops of the Anglican Church in America of the Traditional Anglican Communion have met in Orlando, Florida, together with our Primate and the Reverend Christopher Phillips of the “Anglican Use” Parish of Our Lady of the Atonement (San Antonio, Texas) and others.
At this meeting, the decision was made formally to request the implementation of the provisions of the Apostolic Constitution Anglicanorum cœtibus in the United States of America by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.
UPDATE 4 Mar 0117 GMT:
I got an e-mail from a corrector (lots of them out there, btw):
As I read your article about Cardinal Levada’s homily, I come across this: "the man’s name is pronouced Le-VAY-da, not Le-VAH-da. His name comes from Portuguese". Yes, it comes from Portuguese… where it is pronounced Le-vah-da. It may be worth mentioning on your blog… although I am not sure if you are prepared to accept any contradiction to you personal opinions, as I have seen time and again.
No. As he, Card. Levada, has explained to the Italians, who are entirely baffled by his name, Levada’s name is derived the Portugese for the "olive tree"… “Oliveira”. And HE, Cardinal Levada, says it is "La-VAY-da". The Cardinal’s grandfather came from the island of Sao Jorge in the Azores. Thus, while the orthography of the name is odd, the pronunciation – as explained by the Cardinal – is La-VAY-da.