"[The Covenant] preserves provincial autonomy but allows the clear articulation of the catholic consensus within the Communion and an ordered - rather than the recent chaotic - response within Anglicanism when provinces believe they need to act contrary to this." Good stuff on the Covenant at Fulcrum.
But do not worry fellow Kiwi Anglicans, this possibility is likely denied us now that we have had the news in the post below. Instead of participating in a catholic Communion shaped by evangelical reform (i.e. the Covenanting Anglican Communion), we likely will be a fragment in the basket of leftovers after the feast. And, moreover, a fragment which may itself be torn and divided as we fight a tikanga fight among ourselves.
Say it ain't so! Say we value communion, fellowship and union together in Christ in ever widening circles and deepening spirals.
But it seems we do not ... persuade me I am wrong.