"The Minnesota Catholic Church has made their priorities clear. They're not interested in placing a campaign against poverty, against hunger, against violence, or against homelessness at the top of their 2010 priorities. Instead, they want to focus on the issue of same-sex marriage, and telling gay and lesbian couples that they are a threat to the fabric of humanity."http://gayrights.change.org/
He writes this as a supporter of gay marriage, however, and has a very biased opinion. Although he feels that gays are being treated unjustly, the feeling is not mutual.
"In May, a proposal to amend the U.S. Constitution to define marriage as the union of a man and a woman was introduced in Congress"http://www.americancatholic.org/News/Homosexuality/default.asp
As you can see many people, including the bishops of the Catholic Church, view it not as unjust but as something that can only be experienced by a man and woman. These different views on what is intolerance and what isn't continue to drive a wedge through the gay community and those who do not support their right to be married. The future of gay rights is unknown, but one thing is for certain; not everyone will win when it comes to same sex marriage.