Institute of Christ the King Gives Up Church in England

The Diocese of Lancaster, England, has announced that the Institute of Christ the King, which celebrates in the Roman Rite, will no longer be responsible for the historic Church of St Thomas of Canterbury and the English Martyrs in Preston, Lancashire, from the end of June. The diocese explains that since September 2014 the Institute has been looking after St Walburge's, which is also in the area. In September 2017, they took over the second church, hoping to increase the number of the faithful. But it turned out that this second task was more than the Institute could handle: "It is therefore with sadness that the Institute has asked to be released from the 2017 agreement." Source