I really wish these would go away. I assume the Continuing Anglicans do not have them; I hope the ACNA gets rid of them. In the ancient churches of the East and in traditional Anglicanism, the distribution of the Eucharist is limited to priests, bishops and deacons (in fact, in traditional Anglicanism, can deacons assist in serving the Eucharist? I think so, but am not sure). If there must be another type of minister, let us have Subdeacons to read the Epistles in larger churches. That is a traditional ministry which does not interfere with anything. Also, the rank of Chorepiscopi, although not traditional in the West, could be useful; these are glorified priests as it were with limited episcopal powers, who specifically can ordain Readers and other persons in minor orders and also do other minor episcopal functions, but who cannot ordain or as a rule participate in the ordination of priests, bishops and deacons.