Hundreds of activists in the Netherlands have walked out of a Sunday Mass in protest at the Roman Catholic policy of denying gay people communion.
There is, of course, no such "policy." There is a policy that states that anyone known to be out of communion with the Church, for any reason, should not receive communion. There is no "policy" singling out homosexuals for special treatment. Therefore, if a parish priest knows, for example, that a parishioner has divorced and re-married outside the sanction of the church, the priest is required to deny communion to them as well.
Maybe the BBC would then run a story outlining the "Church's policy of denying heterosexual people communion."
That is the thing about being bigoted like the BBC; it makes you incredibly stupid.