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Mormon Women Turned Away From All-Male Priesthood Meeting

Hundreds of Mormon women who want ecclesiastical equality were denied admittance to a male-only session of their faith’s spring conference on Saturday in Salt Lake City, Utah, in their bid for the ordination of females into the lay priesthood. Members of the Ordain Women group, dressed in purple, marched along with their male supporters from a park to Salt Lake Tabernacle …

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Mormon Women Turned Away From All-Men Priesthood Meeting For The Second Time

Women who were seeking to be ordained into the Mormon priesthood sought tickets to the all-male priesthood meeting, but were turned away. According to some women, they were there to get the attention of the leaders of The Church of Jesus of Latter-day Saints. Mormons, a religious group is the main branch of the Latter Day Saint movement. They, too, …

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Mormon Women Protest All-Male Priesthood

The Salt Lake Tribune reported 130 Mormon women affiliated with the Ordain Women movement were turned away from the Tabernacle in Salt Lake City’s Temple Square on Saturday. As dozens of men edged their way past to enter the male-only meeting, the women were shut out at the door. The Ordain Women movement was founded in March 2013, and seeks …

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