Hillary Clinton is running for president, Mary Barra is CEO of General Motors and Sheryl Sandberg is COO of Facebook — but a woman running a church? That's still up for discussion.
"Hey, I was baptized. And this is crazy, but God just called me so ordain a lady," sung members of the Women's Ordination Conference. (Video via Women's Ordination Conference)
This vote comes almost exactly a year after the Mormon church excommunicated Kate Kelly for being an activist for female ordination.
And Pew Research Center found these two religions aren't alone. The Roman Catholic Church, Missouri Synod Lutheran Church, Jewish Orthodox, plus a few more — adding up to at least seven religions in the U.S. — all prohibit women ordination.
However, the same study found nine other religions or churches in the U.S. do allow the ordination of women, including Buddhists, the United Church of Christ, American Baptist Church and the United Methodist Church. (Video via United Methodist Church)
That Pew study also reported only about 11 percent of respondents said they had a female head clergy member in 2012 — a figure that hasn't changed in almost two decades.
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