Blessed Cardinal John Henry Newman was one of the leaders of the Oxford Movement which helped restore Anglo-Catholicism, or Catholicism in the English spiritual tradition.
Anglican does not always mean Protestant: Anglo-Catholics are in the Anglican Communion (but slowly being pushed out), in the ‘Eastern’ Orthodox Churches (Western Rite Orthodoxy) and in the Catholic Church as the Personal Ordinariates of: Chair of St Peter (USA & Canada), Our Lady of Walsingham (UK) and Our Lady of the Southern Cross (Australia and Japan).
The Ordinariates use Divine Worship, which is an Anglo-Liturgy for the Anglo-sphere: celebrated in great dignity using the finest ceremonial English. It is often mislabeled “The Extra-ordinary Form in English” as both draw from ancient Western Liturgy.
If you want to know more watch This Holy Faith: Being Anglican in the Catholic Church