Feminism In Faith: Kate Kelly’s Mission To Ordain Mormon Women

Laura Marostica of Buzzfeed profiles Kate Kelly, a D.C.-based attorney and founder of Ordain Women, a year-old organization dedicated to the “ordination of women to the priesthood — the authority to act in the name of God and access his power, which is currently granted only to worthy Mormon men.” Marostica writes, “The idea of female ordination, long whispered about — and fought over — in feminist Mormon circles, is now decidedly in the public eye. Kelly has burst onto the scene of Mormon feminism and, within a year, forced a conversation about power and equality in the LDS faith that has never before received so much attention.”

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