More recent developments are covered here:
It appears that the current parochial administrator of St Thomas More, Toronto is going into semi-retirement while waiting for Bp Lopes to find a replacement in the next year or two. Apart from three music-related projects, reflecting, as I have mentioned before, the priorities of several key parishioners there is no actual plan here. Will the new man start out as part-time and become full-time by 2021? They plan to ask for five year pledges starting this fall, with the implication that the goal is around $130,000. Would this enable them to pay a full-time priest?I would think that, if the ACC has been limiting ordinations to those sufficient only to fill open parish positions, it will be much harder for the OCSP to locate any candidates for the STM position, or indeed any others. It's hard to avoid thinking that the Anglican Diocese of Brandon wasn't unhappy to see Brs Bengry and Beahen leave the denomination and the area, but the ACC will probably make more effort to hold onto other priests. No wonder, then, that it will apparently take Houston a while to locate a replacement for Fr Hodgins, especially if the new guy can't be paid for a full-time position.
The Oratorians run another parish in Toronto with a distinguished music program which has been the destination of choice for former Anglicans for decades. The STM congregation has presumably helped them with the maintenance of their under-attended second parish (annual budget, $42,000) but in terms of membership it is in direct competition with their parishes. On the other hand, with no actual strategy evidenced in the "Strategic Plan" and reduced involvement by the OCSP cleric perhaps the Oratory sees no real threat. Meanwhile they get help with upgrading the organ.
I have a feeling the CDF expected things to be much, much farther along in general after five years. The recruitment picture for clergy to replace those now beginning to retire strikes me as especially dismal.