I think Bryan was thinking specifically of gay churches, not Protestant churches that are gay-friendly. Which is why he likened them to having to use a separate water fountain.
And I didn't like Ryan dismissing other churches that are gay-friendly. I mean, maybe he just would prefer a Catholic church, because of how he was raised, but it seemed like he was basically saying that protestant churches don't exist or are worthless.
I really enjoyed this episode. Having grown up Catholic and having wandered a bit before finding myself a Quaker, I thought Bryan's emotional conflict rang true. I also thought his struggle was something that is especially Catholic, at least in the U.S. For lots of American Catholics, their membership and participation in the church isn't necessarily about theology and a list of things they believe -- it's about culture and tradition and a sense of family continuity. And when you're about to have a kid, that's the time you're most likely to miss those things. And there are certainly priests like that, although they are more and more in the minority as the hierarchy has tried to enforce a strict political uniformity on priests.