On this feast of St Philip and St James and the fifth Sunday after Easter in our calendar, I convey my Paschal greetings to those using the Julian Calendar on this day of Easter. Many forget that England used the Julian Calendar until 1752 (Calendar Act of 1750).
The calendar is not an issue for the ACC, since the Anglican world has used the Gregorian calendar for 264 years in both Church and State. There seems little point to trying to revive it in the west. The last countries to convert to the Gregorian calendar were Russia (1918) and Greece (1923). Churches using the Old Style have to live with the divergence between the liturgical and civil calendars. Frankly it is easier for us in the west to have a single calendar.
Anyway, happy Easter to my Orthodox and eccentric western rite friends!