I must start by saying branches of the Christian faith do incredible amounts of good deeds. In certain ways, the faith has changed the world with these deeds. There are too many to even start discussing.
But, part of the faith also is about hate. The hate projected at patients and abortion providers has been matched by hatred toward gays. Today a branch of Lutheranism in Ethiopia is splitting off from the international church reflecting this hatred. On the official level, however, branches of Protestantism would have trouble matching the Catholic Church.
The outgoing Pope, when a Cardinal, called gays objectively disordered and intrinsically evil. He referred to transgendered people as mentally disordered. As Pope, he said marriage between gays would endanger world peace. He smacked down nuns and dismantled the social gospel efforts in Central and South America.
While this Pope has expressed remorse about the abuse of children under his watch, he has never apologized for his vitriolic condemnation of gays/trans.
There is a story from Europe today about allegations of castration of boys ordered by priests in the 1950′s. It was to cure their homosexuality.
This pattern of calling itself a loving religion but projecting hatred is changing the religious face of the globe. We see Catholicism falling in Latin America, stalled out in the U. S. and Europe. We see anti gay versions of Protestantism stalled in North American and Europe, but growing on the African continent.
Demonization and good deeds have always been side by side in religion and politics.