There are indeed homosexuals of good will. But I submit that the truly militant gay activists have often proved they do not act in good will. So many have no more regard for the truth than a Communist. More often they are more like the Pharisee bragging about his moral Superiority than the tax-collector beating his breast and confessing his unworthiness. Itv seems that the Church is more concerned to accommodate these men of power than the poor sinner.
I understand what you are saying, and agree with what you say of those not of good will, however, I think the Pope is really trying to reach out to those of good will.
There will always be people who hate God and His church. Some of those will never change. Some will, and go on to be great saints, like Paul.
As it stands, since Humanae Vitae, which has been an incredibly strong stand against the current culture of the last 50 years, people haven’t been listening or acting according to the teaching of the church regarding sexual morality. How does the Church and its members change that?
How do we execute the Great Commission? How do we do it in light of the world we find today? How do we reach out and encourage fellow sinners to turn away from sin and be faithful to the Gospel? Are we preaching the Gospel of Love, the Gospel of Life, and the Gospel of Christ Crucified to the most vile sinners of our day (including ourselves)? If not, why not? Have we written them off?
Ultimately, Thy will be done. Be it done to me according to Thy will.