Three Traditional Anglican Communion parishes in Ireland have expressed desire to enter into full communion with the Holy See. These parishes are not part the official Anglican Church of Ireland.
During the Reformation the Irish Parliament declared King Henry VIII as head of the Irish Church. Sadly all but two of the Irish Catholic bishops at the time went along with Henry VIII. However, a Catholic majority was always preserved on St. Patrick's isle. The Church of Ireland has always been "orange" and thus opposed to "Papistical Romish lies". These three parishes belong to the Traditional Anglican Communion in Ireland which means they are more open to "things Catholic".
On this side of the sea, much has been happening with the Pastoral Provision in America. Two American Episcopal bishops have converted; there was a pilgrimage of the Pastoral Provision where its Ecclesiastical Delegate and other leaders met the Holy Father. An American Episcopal parish in Scranton was received into full communion last year and it's former Episcopal priest ordained this past spring. And of course there are now talks of the entire Traditional Anglican Communion trying to enter full communion (something I don't perceive as being likely].
Read article "Three Church of Ireland parishes seek to become Catholic, move could bring in 400,000 Anglicans" from Catholic News Agency.
Big hat tip to Danny Garland, Jr..
[This article has recently been corrected.]