Sad news ... the See of Ebbsfleet is being handed over to 'Complementarian Evangelicals' (I think this means what we used to call Conservative Evangelicals ... in other words, Anglicans subscribing to the dogmas of Master Calvin).
When 'Provincial Episcopal Visitors' were invented to pastor Anglicans in the Province of Canterbury who refused the ministry of women claiming to be Priests or bishops, these two 'Flying Bishops' were given Ebbsfleet and Richborough as their sees. I thought this was beautiful, because those are both places associated with the beginning of the English Mission under S Augustine.
In other words, these two places were resonant of authentic Roman Christianity before S Augustine even reached Canterbury ... expressions of the Romanita of our English Catholicism.
Eventually, the Ebbsfleet district acquired Bishop Andrew Burnham as its Pontiff. He reorganised it along Romeish line, calling it "the Ebbsfleet Apostolic District".
Among other things, he raised the festival of the Presentation of our Lady, 21 November, to the rank of a FESTUM.
I wonder if we can rely upon the Evangelicals to continue the celebration of that (very Byzantine and Ecumenical) festival in its enhanced status. And to observe S Gregory as their Patron.