Section 99 of the Charities Act 2009 is an extraordinary piece of law.
It effectively prohibits anyone from offering for sale a mass offering or mass card in respect of a celebrant who is not in full accord with the Holy Catholic Apostolic and Roman Church.
Were any group of Priests, Bishops, or group including even Cardinals to leave the Roman Church under the dictatorial aged Pope however senile he might happen to be, in relation to a matter of conscience, in relation to any number of issues, which might range from the prohibition on married clergy, to the prohibition on female clergy, to the issue of contraception, gay marriage, abortion, divorce, etc the group would find themselves at odds with section 99 of the Charities Act 2009, even if the Group represented the majority of the Catholic clergy.
The State should not take sides between factions of clerics in any religion pronouncing a particular faction to have privileges in commerce which the State denies to the other faction.
Charities Act 2009, Section 99