Ed Langois, the editor of the Catholic Sentinel knows about Joy Wallace. Yet, he decided to put in the article below. This, in my opinion, undermines Archbishop Sample; further confuse Catholics about the teachings of the Church by promoting active homosexuality even in our public and possibly Catholic schools; same-sex marriage and "woman priests".
She got the award for supporting only homosexual and confused children in the schools. Not fat kids, kids with glasses, wheelchair bounds kids or even red or yellow black or white kids. As a "catholic" does she help these homosexual and confused children know that their Creator has a plan for each of their lives?
This pose from 2013 by encouraging others to override Archbishop Sample request to not participate in the Portland Pride Parade. Joy is leading these people away from the Truth and no matter how she "feels", she shouldn't be considered a Catholic this invincible ignorance.
“It was much more difficult for me to tell my feminist friends that I had made the choice to become a Catholic than it ever was to come out as a lesbian.”
Sadly this is how far she is taking her disobedience of the Truth of Christ.
|Joy Wallace holding book of professed "womanpriest" Toni Tortorilla. |
One of five in this Archdiocese administering Sacraments that are not valid.
She is on the Board of Directors of EQUITY. A pro-homosexual group.
Joy Wallace, Secretary, recently retired as a Development Director for a faith-based non-profit and has had a long career as an educator, mainly doing professional development for teachers and materials development in equity-related topics. She currently chairs the Oregon Safe Schools and Communities Coalition Board of Directors and serves on the Board of the Sophia Christi community ("womenpriests" church). She works with the Portland Catholic Coalition of Welcoming Parishes to increase welcoming queer ministry in Catholic churches. She has a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Oregon and a Master’s degree from Oregon State University. For fun, she volunteers in her granddaughter’s classroom, loves going camping, reading and gardening.
Finally, listen to what she says about the Catholic church. Her contribution to this panel is seven minutes and thirty seconds (7:30) into the video below.
Ed Langois, why was this woman chosen for an article in the Catholic Sentinel?