You are missing the point, which is made clearly in the article. In the post to which I am responding, you are suggesting that holiness is somehow an enabling qualification, like being good at math and thus being qualified to be an accountant. That is as far from the point as one can get.
The point is that the function of priest is to sacramentally celebrate the mysteries of the Church. It is not be to especially holy (though being chaste, demure, supportive, et al, certainly are assets).
And you might recall that some of the mightiest saints have been lay folk and some of the most awful sinners have been not only priests, but bishops. It would be best for you to separate the notion of worthiness from the concept of vocation. We are none of us worthy, but some of us unworthy types are called by God to serve at His altar. As the article said, had He intended women to be part of that call, He would have called them when He was among us.
**The point is that the function of priest is to sacramentally celebrate the mysteries of the Church**
Hammer meets nail!