On the Ordain Women website, Kate Kelly urged supporters to maintain their membership in the LDS Church, writing, "Stay, and make things better." How will Kelly’s excommunication on grounds of apostasy affect the faith of Mormons and discourse within the church?
On Tuesday at 12:15 p.m., Lisa Butterworth of the Feminist Mormon Housewives blog; St. Louis writer Rosalynde Welch; Nancy Ross, with Ordain Women; and Dan Wotherspoon of the Mormon Matters podcast join Jennifer Napier-Pearce to discuss how Mormons are processing Kelly’s fate and what it means for others who publicly doubt.
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