Well?.....I am curious.
The Episcopal Churches, (whose priests and entire congregations), that have joined the Catholic Church, do these congregations adopt the Mary rituals ( rosary etc.) and praying to the saints that is so much a part of the Roman tradition? What about the belief in purgatory and praying for the dead or the practice of indulgences?
Episcopal Churches that have become Roman Catholic...typically already were Roman Catholic in Mary rituals, praying to the saints, purgatory, praying for the dead, etc.
Within the Anglican (Episcopal) tradition VERY wide latitude was allowed for how Roman a church’s faith and practice could be. Some churches could very well be Lutheran, Presbyterian, (or almost Baptist) in how they worship, and their beliefs. Others are, for all practical purposes Roman Catholic without accepting the authority of the Pope (as with C.L. Lewis’ type Anglicanism, the papacy was always the sticking point).
These almost-Catholic Episcopalians/Anglicans are called “Anglo-Catholic” (and even with them, some just look very Catholic...without Catholic doctrines, while others...really are Catholic). Very Anglo-Catholic congregations in the Episcopal denomination in America are, and have always been a small minority.
Interestingly, in today’s break-away Anglican groups, the more Anglo-Catholic ones are the strongest holding out against female ordination. Their argument though is one based on Tradition (with a capitol “T”) not scripture (a la Catholics).
With these beliefs...the current (apostate) Episcopal Church has also basically pushed them out...