It all goes back to the old saw, "What would Jesus do?" From my readings, Jesus ate, taught, and touched the lives of prostitutes, lepers, tax collectors and other "unwanted" human beings. He showed compassion and understanding without prejudice. He saved his wrath for the pharisees and other religious leaders who thought they were a better judge of people than God.
Jesus offered himself to everyone. Isn't it a shame that the Catholic church feels it necessary to try to refuse him to those they deem "unworthy?"
The worst part is that this wasn't even just gays and lesbians who were turned away from worship; GLBT supporters were also turned away. Makes you wonder, if Christ had shown up wearing a sash to show his disdain for injustice, would he have been welcomed?