They will be enrolled as candidates to join a new branch of the Catholic Church - the Ordinariate - which has been specially created for them.
They will attend Catholic Mass marking Ash Wednesday before spending Lent preparing to convert.
The Ordinariate is led by three former Anglican bishops.
The group leaving the Church of England - which includes 20 members of the clergy - are unhappy about developments in Anglicanism they claim have led it away from traditions historically shared with Roman Catholics
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Note how the news media in the Star Tribune article exaggerate the number of Anglo-Catholics deserting the Church of England. "Hundreds of Anglicans" is 600 lay people and 20 clergy at best.