Ordinances Ready needs to be actually ready
S. Rodman said: I just checked the Ordinances Ready feature in Family Search, the only accurate categories were Baptism and Initiatory. In the other categories, Endowment, Sealing to Parents, and Sealing to Spouse, Ordinances Ready supplies names where the leading ordinances have not been done for either the person (endowment before Initiatory) or parents (sealing before either or both Initiatory and endowment were done for the child) and sealing to spouse where one or both people were lacking either or both Initiatory and endowment. You may check the Ordinances ready under my account, and you will see this is true. In NOT ONE Case from Ordinances Ready, were the Endowment or either sealing (Parents or Spouse) ordinances correctly sequenced. When I print Family Ordinance cards, Item 3 clearly states "Whenever possible, a couple should be endowed before being sealed to each other, and Parents should be sealed to each other before their children are sealed to them. Also, the Temple Ordinance card itself gives the order for ordinances: Baptism, Confirmation, Initiatory, Endowment, and lastly, Sealing to Parents. Supplying Ordinances Ready that are NOT really ready violates the sacred order of the ordinances, it is dishonest, and very frustrating. Please, PLEASE fix this, so that Ordinances Ready can be both honest and useful. Other people in my ward Family History Center have the same frustration. This feature was probably introduced to get people to do SOMETHING. However, when someone is given a name without the proceeding ordinances, they are cheated from the special connection possible when the person they are representing can be present and glad to have the ordinance done. For coding this is a "If-Then" sequential check to ensure the ordinances are supplied in correct order.
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