In a thank you letter sent to donors, Fr. Eric Bergman of the St Thomas More Society of Scranton, and newly of the Anglican Ordinariate, writes:
The (Anglican) Ordinariate has been able to acquire insurance, paving the way for my appointment as pastor of St Thomas More Parish...
This is a reminder to us, if one is needed, that there are many tasks that lie ahead and many will not be completed easily. We'll face bumps, detours, and outright failures. And no one will be at fault.
Just because there has been a bump in the road -- or even a mountain -- doesn't mean that there is a nefarious plot to undermine the Anglican Ordinariates. Yes, there are some who are outright opposed and are working against the Ordinariates. There are others who are lukewarm at best and their neglect or laziness will lead to failures.
Then there are good people, working hard, and they too will meet with failure. It happens. We live in an imperfect world. Every failure is not proof of hostile intentions.
In this case, the good people succeeded. The insurance was purchased, and Fr. Bergman is now an Ordinariate priest. I am sure that in other cases insurance complications or some similar seemingly mundane task has thwarted progress. I hope and pray that such problems will be few in number. Further I pledge to assume that failures are the cause of good people not succeeding. I will not act on rumors or speculation that failure means that so-and-so is deliberately undermining the Ordinariates.