No, not the Rowan Williams book In the FIF/Society parishes of the CofE, the Roman rite for Mass seems almost universal. One could reasonably expect the odd use of it here and there, but from what I've seen it is the de facto norm. Combine this with the wearing of birettas, use of the Roman kalender, Eucharist adoration, &c, and, try as I might, I can't find any reason why these people (including myself) should remain Anglican, apart from convenience of course. So, my question is, I suppose, why should I be Anglican? I'm fascinated by the orthodox prayer book tradition, but my chances of finding a good church in this tradition, which also maintains the male-only nature of the priesthood seem very slim indeed (ignoring the much greater problem of the theology behind this, and if I could get behind it). I'm eager to be an authentic member of whatever church I'm apart of, and practicing such Roman things in the CofE just doesn't sit quite right with me.