Some members of the Anglican Church are resigning their offices to begin the process of conversion into the Roman Catholic Church.
They say it is as a result of criticism over the Church of England's stance on issues such as women bishops and homosexuality.
In Cornwall, the vicar of St Paul's Church in Charlestown, near St Austell, has announced he is leaving to start his journey into the church of Rome.
Father John Greatbatch is also being joined by more than 20 members of his congregation. They'll be known as the Cornwall Ordinariate.
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"I think the issue where it's still quite hard to see what it means is this phrase 'Anglican Patrimony'. That is the suggestion that those who join the Ordinariate are continuing to be - in some way, shape or form - Anglican-like in what they do.
"I have yet to understand and it's yet to be explained to me what that might mean."
We all are wondering the same thing.