Sodality of the Precious Blood: Anglican celibate priests
The SPB appears to be the only Anglican priestly association that requires celibacy. Hawkes wrote about an earlier, American movement in An Intimate History of a Celibate Movement in the Episcopal Church.
From the site:
The Sodality of the Precious Blood is a confraternity of priests who serve in the Anglican Church, but who desire to live in accordance with the faith and tradition of the wider Catholic Church of the Christian West. It is not a ‘congregation’ or a religious order, but its members are strongly bound together for mutual support, prayer and a common witness in proclaiming the Catholic faith and and promoting the spiritual life, as well as working for the visible unity of Christ’s Church on earth in communion with the Bishop of Rome as successor to Saint Peter the Apostle.
The purpose of the Sodality is to give its members the strength that comes from a fellowship of prayer, and to make explicit in the Church of England the form of priestly life known to the wider Church by cultivating a deep spirituality founded on orthodox belief, the life of celibacy and the attentive celebration of the Liturgy of the Hours according to the Roman Breviary of Paul VI, in the name of spiritual ecumenism for the sake of the visible unity of the whole Church.