As it is widely known, relevant pontifical documents are usually identified by their incipit, the first word or words of the original document.
The title of a document may be random (that is, with no specific relation to the content of the text - they are just the first words that remained in the beginning of the text), but the identifying words are usually placed on purpose in their prominent position.
Since we do not yet have the title of the upcoming Apostolic Constitution on the Personal Ordinariates for the reception of Anglicans and their communities, it could be interesting to play with this - and it is quite possible that the communities will be identified by the name of the Constitution itself. Please, enter your suggestion (in Latin or in English) as a comment.
This is also an open thread for any Anglican-Catholic matter.