Damian Thompson reports on an Australian article that come Monday, two more Bishops of the Church of England plan to announce their defection to Rome.

The Archbishop of Canterbury is expected to announce the resignation of two bishops on Monday, in the first of what is feared [sic] will be a wave of departures from the Church of England by traditionalists converting to Roman Catholicism.

The Bishop of Richborough, the Right Rev Keith Newton, 58, is expected to become leader of the Anglican Ordinariate, set up to provide Catholic refuge to Anglicans who leave the Church of England over the issue of women bishops.

The Bishop of Ebbsfleet, the Right Rev Andrew Burnham, 63, is also expected to join the Ordinariate, along with the Bishop of Fulham, the Right Rev John Broadhurst, who announced last month that he will be resigning at the end of the year. A fourth retired bishop, Edwin Barnes, is also expected to join the Ordinariate.

Sources said that the Ordinariate is to be launched at Pentecost next year, seven weeks after Easter.

Both Newton and Burnham have been on study leave for the past month while they consider their positions.

Will the poor AoC be forced to announce each and every one of these? That is positively purgatorial.

Anyway, to answer my title question. Is it worse to be a Democrat or and Anglican, the answer is clear. The Dems will almost assuredly have days in the sun in the future. The Anglicans? Not so much.