From a comment by Professor Witt at Stand Firm:
"There is really nothing new here. Anglicans have always been free to
convert to Rome.
The sticking issues remain what they have always been. Will Anglicans
who convert to Rome be required to affirm papal infallibility? Yes.
Will Anglicans who convert to Rome be required to renounce the
Anglican understanding of the sufficiency and primacy of Scripture (to
which every ordained Anglican/Episcopal priest swears at ordination)
in favor of the Roman doctrine that Scripture can only be interpreted
properly by the magisterium? Yes.
Will Anglicans who convert to Rome be required to affirm the
Tridentine and new Catechism re-affirmation of Trent that
justification is not by faith alone, and is a making righteous, i.e.,
that there is no distinction between justification and
sanctification? That is, the grounds of our standing before God
(formal cause) is not the finished work of Christ alone, but is rather
our meritorious appropriation of that work as we actually become
Will Anglican priests be required to be re-ordained because their
orders are ?absolutely null and void?? Yes.
Will Anglicans who convert to Rome be required to affirm as dogma such
controverted items of Roman theology as the Marian dogmas,
transubstantiation (as opposed to real presence), purgatory,
indulgences, humanae vitae?s teaching on artificial contraception. Yes.
Will Anglicans who convert to Rome be required to affirm that Christ?s
one true church subsists in Rome alone, and that, with the exception
of Orthodoxy alone, all other Christian bodies are not churches but
mere convocations of lay people? Yes.
It seems to me that those who are really willing to affirm these
propositions should have converted to Rome long ago. Integrity
demands it. Those who cannot do so have no business even thinking
about converting to Rome."