A few posts ago, I blogged about the Ordain Women movement. More specifically, how some women in the movement were attempting to try and obtain tickets to the priesthood session of General Conference. They were also going to stand in the ticket line and make the leaders choose either yes or no to let them in. I thought this was an important step, because Mormon leaders, like political people everywhere, are masters at saying nothing in 5 or 6 paragraphs worth of words.
Recently, though, the church decided and publicized their decision about letting women into the priesthood session. This is taken from the Deseret News, Sept 24, 2013.
The women, who last week formally requested tickets to the Oct. 5 priesthood session, will not be admitted.