Wonderful News there is now officially an ordinariate for Anglo-Catholics. Read here.
For those of you who don't understand the inner workings of Catholicism, I'll be brief. The vast majority of Catholics that you will meet are Roman Catholics, which is what I am. We're largely from ancestry in Western and some Eastern Europe. However, Roman Catholics aren't the only Catholics. Depending on your geographical heritage, or what you married into, or prefer you can be Byzantine Catholic, Maronite Catholic, Coptic Catholic, etc. The main differences are the language we use, how our worship service goes, when we perform sacraments (meaning the age of our children), our religious calendars (Coptics use a Julian calendar so Merry Christmas to you), etc. But we follow the Bishop of Rome as the head and basic principals about how to live our lives. There are over 20 types of such individual churches within the main body of Catholic Church.
And today, we've introduced a new one Anglo-Catholics. They are Anglicans who are breaking away from the Church of England to follow the Pope bringing with them their own rich traditional heritage including the Book of Common Prayer. So glad to have them with us.