But I will wait until the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter makes the official announcements.
Meanwhile, I found this on the POCSP website.
Deacon Jonathan Erdman distributed communion during an April 30 Mass — much like deacons in Catholic churches across the Archdiocese of Louisville may have done — except he did so as communicants knelt at the communion rail in St. Martin of Tours Church.
The Mass was celebrated by Father Paul Beach, pastor of St. Martin, within the newly formed Our Lady and St. John Catholic community, composed of individuals who came to the Catholic Church from the Anglican faith tradition.
Deacon Erdman, who leads the community of 22 people, was a priest in the Episcopal church — a part of the Anglican tradition. He is now in formation for the Catholic priesthood and was ordained to the transitional diaconate on April 25 at St. Martin, which is serving as the community’s home for now.
The community of Our Lady and St. John belongs to the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter — a special diocese-like entity created in 2012 by the Vatican for former Anglican individuals, communities and clergy joining the Catholic Church, said Deacon Erdman.
Welcome Deacon Erdman, your family and your community! How lovely to have you among us!