Converting congregations will be allowed to retain certain Anglican liturgical and ecclesiastical traditions, such as married priests. Married priests cannot become bishops, however.
I wonder how long that will last.
As anyone who is familiar with the difficulties Ukrainian Catholic Clergy in the US faced with this very issue at the turn of the last century, I wonder how many generations it will take before the Vatican goes back on its promises for this.
Although clergy in Ukraine were allowed to marry, once they started to immigrate here, the Vatican made it very tough for Ukrainian Catholics to practice their faith in the Byzantine rite, and to allow married men to be ordained.
I really wonder how long this will be allowed...