No Doc, even though there are some dissenters who like to defy and challenge the Magisterium and continue pressing for women's ordination, the matter of women ever being ordained as priestesses in the CC is closed. Permanently closed since 1994 when Blessed JPII issued Ordinatio Sacerdotalis which said that the Church "has no authority whatsoever to confer priestly ordination of women and that this judgment is to be definitely held by all the Church's faithful." In 1995, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith clarified saying, "this teaching requires definitive assent...". That means all Catholics whether they like it or not, must adhere to the Church's authority.
It is not an infallible dictum, so the rule can be changed. I expect it will. Infallible dicta are things that cannot change, as the belief is they come from God himself.
You need to study more the Doctrine of Infallibility.
The charism of Infallibility simply put is freedom from error in teaching or defining restricted to matters of faith and morals. The CC teaches infallibly when it defines, through the Pope alone, as the teacher of all Christians, or through the Pope and the Bishops, a doctrine of faith or morals to be held by all the faithful.
Faithfully adhering to the Apostolic tradition received from the beginning of the Christian Faith, the Church teaches infallibly through the Pope alone, when he speaks ex cathedra, that is, when in discharge of the office as pastor and teacher of all Christians, (for the entire universal Church), by virtue of his supreme apostolic authority.
The Pope is infallible only under the following conditions:
1. When he speaks ex cathedra, i.e., when he speaks officially as pastor and teacher; as the Vicar of Christ for the whole universal Church.
2. When he defines a question regarding faith and morals, on their interpretation, on the Bible and Apostolic Tradition and the interpretation of any part of these; with the meaning to settle it definitely, finally, irrevocably.
3. When he intends to bind the whole Church.
Here's Ordinatio Sacerdotalis:
Ordinatio Sacerdotalis contains these conditions and that's why the matter is settled. Done! Fini!...no women priests in the CC ever. Bl. Pope JPII officially
We know frm the Bible, Tradition and Church history, the CC has had an only male priesthood from the very beginning and that had been universally held until recent times when radical feminists made objections against it and tried to change what can't be changed. In order to make clear the stand of the Church, to make an infallible definition, BL. John Paul II officially reaffirmed the only male priesthood and that teaching "is to be held definitively by all the faithful."